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.

What happens next?

What happens next?

From Brexit to the INM report, Super Mario’s exit to Elon Musk’s next move, Ian Guider looks at 20 flashpoints that will shape the news agenda in the coming year

Department of Health’s new HQ will cost €300 million over 25-year lease

Department of Health’s new HQ will cost €300 million over 25-year lease

OPW internal audit report is critical of delay in moving and highlights lack of risk analysis

€6m interest earned by lenders on Irish business loan platform

€6m interest earned by lenders on Irish business loan platform

Lenders on the peer-to-peer funding platform Linked Finance have earned more than €6 million in...

Half of planned new hotels won’t open, McCann warns

Half of planned new hotels won’t open, McCann warns

Dalata chief warns of spiralling land and construction costs. More than 80 hotels are being built or are in planning process

Room at the top

Room at the top

The recession laid waste to many Irish hotels. But Dalata founder Pat McCann, who celebrates half a century in the industry next year, now thinks it may well have saved his own business

Colin Hunt will bring continuity and a wealth of government contacts to the top job at AIB

Colin Hunt will bring continuity and a wealth of government contacts to the top job at AIB

One well-known watcher of the Irish banking sector tweeted that it was a “top-drawer” appointment.

New Dept of Health offices ‘can’t accommodate all staff’, OPW told

New Dept of Health offices ‘can’t accommodate all staff’, OPW told

Letter warned that an ‘urgent solution’ was needed to cater for department’s extra staff

Investment funds take short punt on Paddy Power on shares-dip expectation

Investment funds take short punt on Paddy Power on shares-dip expectation

A number of international investment funds have taken short positions in Paddy Power Betfair in a...

Former NIB boss Healy lands English building society job

Former NIB boss Healy lands English building society job

Andrew Healy, the former boss of National Irish Bank, has been appointed as the chief executive o...

Paradise Papers yield less than €500,000 in extra taxes

Paradise Papers yield less than €500,000 in extra taxes

Inspections of off-shore accounts of well-known individuals failed to identify additional tax liabilities; Revenue ‘did not receive a positive response’ when asking if further information available

Colin Hunt appointed new AIB boss

Colin Hunt appointed new AIB boss

Hunt currently runs AIB’s wholesale and institutional banking division

BoA Merrill Lynch to move bulk of London business to Dublin office

BoA Merrill Lynch to move bulk of London business to Dublin office

Beefed-up Irish HQ will be its main European banking entity

€40 million kids science centre may prove to be too pricey

€40 million kids science centre may prove to be too pricey

A group of private individuals have been seeking state funding for the proposed National Children’s Science Centre beside the National Concert Hall in Dublin for more than a decade

Greencore’s Coveney says food giant in no rush to make new acquisitions

Greencore’s Coveney says food giant in no rush to make new acquisitions

Coveney said the company intended to spend time assessing the best way to deploy its resources in its existing business in Britain once it returned most of the proceeds from the $1 billion sale of its American business to shareholders

Management giant Impax confirms move to Dublin

Management giant Impax confirms move to Dublin

The London-based company confirmed it is in talks with the Central Bank about establishing a regulated entity in Dublin