Ian Guider

Ian Guider

Ian Guider is Markets Editor of The Sunday Business Post, and leads the paper’s markets coverage. He previously worked with Newstalk, where he was Business Editor and presenter of the station’s daily business show Breakfast Business. Guider has been a business journalist for more than 15 years, working for a number of Irish and international media groups including the Irish Examiner, the Sunday Tribune and Bloomberg, where he was Banking Correspondent.

Two weeks that shook the world

Two weeks that shook the world

The global crash began on September 15, 2008, when Lehman Brothers collapsed in New York. A fortnight later, Brian Cowen’s Fianna Fáil government decided to guarantee the losses of Ireland’s banks. The consequences of both episodes created a lost decade at home and abroad, and continue to reverberate in our society to this day

Unusual blockade a bit fishy

Unusual blockade a bit fishy

A media ban at the Ryanair agm suggests more than attention seeking

High mortgage deposits a ‘necessary burden’ - Central Bank

High mortgage deposits a ‘necessary burden’ - Central Bank

The Central Bank’s rules requiring housebuyers to save high deposits are a heavy but necessary ...

Malin will not need to raise funds, says chief executive

Malin will not need to raise funds, says chief executive

Biotech and drug investment fund Malin has said it will not need to raise fresh cash from shareho...

Digicel bondholders resist new debt deadline

Digicel bondholders resist new debt deadline

A second group of bondholders in Denis O’Brien’s Digicel has hired a top American legal firm ...

Multinationals’ tax bills should be made public, says Zappone

Multinationals’ tax bills should be made public, says Zappone

Multinational companies should publicly disclose their corporation tax payments, according to Kat...

Talk to shareholders on executive pay, directors urged

Talk to shareholders on executive pay, directors urged

An Institute of Directors report shows that only a third of directors made decisions on incentives and remuneration based on the long-term interests of their company

A nightmare on Talbot Street

A nightmare on Talbot Street

Last week, the High Court ruled that inspectors could investigate the innermost goings-on at Independent News & Media, following a series of amazing allegations being made against it. Nobody knows what the future now holds for the troubled newspaper group

Timeline for broadband challenging, says Eir chief

Timeline for broadband challenging, says Eir chief

The timeline for the remaining bidder to deliver the National Broadband Plan (NBP) is “challeng...

Dalata keen to extend its deal in Ballsbridge

Dalata keen to extend its deal in Ballsbridge

Dalata, the country’s biggest hotel chain, has expressed an interest in running the proposed ho...

Digicel’s credit rating slashed after debt restructuring announcement

Digicel’s credit rating slashed after debt restructuring announcement

Bondholders retain Washington DC legal firm to represent them ahead of deadline, Digicel has over $6 billion in borrowings with revenue and profits under pressure

Judge rules inspectors should probe INM

Judge rules inspectors should probe INM

In his ruling, Judge Kelly said the appointment of an inspector to any company was like using a sledgehammer to crack a nut. 'This is no nut,' he told a packed courtroom

Denis, Digicel and debt

Denis, Digicel and debt

Three years ago, Digicel was preparing for a €10 billion flotation, but Denis O’Brien pulled the plug at the last minute. And now the problems are beginning to mount up for the Caribbean mobile phone operator and its tycoon owner

INM plans move to central 24-hour newsroom

INM plans move to central 24-hour newsroom

Speaking on a conference call with analysts last Friday, Michael Doorly said the company’s newsrooms needed to undergo organisational change to reflect where customers are

PTSB to sell 200 homes to Housing Agency

PTSB to sell 200 homes to Housing Agency

PTSB has one of the largest stocks of properties in its possession following a voluntary surrender scheme with customers over the past year with some 1,900 homes held by the bank, which it plans to release onto the market this year