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.

Greencore will concentrate on Britain following US exit

Greencore will concentrate on Britain following US exit

Sale of US interests ends decade-long foray that began when Coveney became chief executive

Malin streamlines portfolio to focus on developing four key investments

Malin streamlines portfolio to focus on developing four key investments

Brokers react positively to biotech firm’s new strategy

Why Ryanair needs to tread carefully with its succession strategy

Why Ryanair needs to tread carefully with its succession strategy

If Bonderman doesn’t leave soon, the company might lose the chairman and O’Leary at the same time, and that just won’t fly

Aryzta to pay €50m fees as part of emergency cash call

Aryzta to pay €50m fees as part of emergency cash call

Aryzta, the Irish-Swiss bakery company, will pay out about €50 million in fees as part of its e...

Linked Finance on track to lend €40m this year

Linked Finance on track to lend €40m this year

Peer-to-peer lender Linked Finance has seen a near two-thirds increase in the amount of loans so ...

Tech behemoths are ‘eating our lunch’, says Digicel director

Tech behemoths are ‘eating our lunch’, says Digicel director

Industry veteran claims mobile sector is worst performer for stocks, especially in Europe

Banks under pressure to sell 1,000 empty houses for social housing

Banks under pressure to sell 1,000 empty houses for social housing

A major push will be made early next year to get banks to sell more than 1,000 empty homes on the...

State’s AIB sell-off delayed as Byrne makes shock exit

State’s AIB sell-off delayed as Byrne makes shock exit

Attention turns to finding a new chief, while bank executives blame pay cap for top-level departures

Profit warning for VR Education as PS4 launch is delayed

Profit warning for VR Education as PS4 launch is delayed

VR Education, the Waterford-based virtual reality company, has been brought face to face with rea...

Firms should engage with investors to avoid agm revolts

Firms should engage with investors to avoid agm revolts

Stock exchange-quoted companies need to increase their engagement with investors to avoid embarra...

Davy to grow capital markets division as Byrne takes charge

Davy to grow capital markets division as Byrne takes charge

Davy, the country’s biggest securities firm, is to step up its plans to grow its capital market...

RBS taking a firm hold on Ulster Bank’s tiller as it faces tough year

RBS taking a firm hold on Ulster Bank’s tiller as it faces tough year

Ulster Bank must reduce its costs further and the business is taking longer than anticipated to t...

Bunfight at the baker’s as Aryzta restructures

Bunfight at the baker’s as Aryzta restructures

A row over a proposed €800m fundraising is coming to head at an AGM, with the troubled food giant’s future in the balance

Blow to AIB as CEO Byrne defects to Davy

Blow to AIB as CEO Byrne defects to Davy

AIB boss Bernard Byrne is defecting to Davy stockbrokers in one of the biggest shake-ups of financial services in Ireland in some years and delivers another blow to the bank.

AIB boss Byrne to step down

AIB boss Byrne to step down

AIB has been dealt another blow with chief executive Bernard Byrne announcing his plans to step down as chief executive of the bank.