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.

Hibernia Reit reduces chief executive Nowlan’s bonus by half a million euro

Hibernia Reit reduces chief executive Nowlan’s bonus by half a million euro

The performance element of Nowlan’s compensation is down

Mainstay Medical extends deadline to raise €9 million funding

Mainstay Medical extends deadline to raise €9 million funding

The company, which is backed by the Irish Strategic Investment Fund, had set an end-June date to secure the investment, which was required before it could draw down additional loans

Personality clash that led to the Indo’s long goodbye

Personality clash that led to the Indo’s long goodbye

INM’s acquisition by Mediahuis is a sad end for a company with more than a century of history behind it

Brexit, the budget and a minister’s tough choices

Brexit, the budget and a minister’s tough choices

The idea of a disorderly Brexit is worrying for a government that has struggled recently to keep a grip on the national finances

Restructuring of Digicel debt has not gone far enough, says ratings agency

Restructuring of Digicel debt has not gone far enough, says ratings agency

Denis O’Brien’s Caribbean mobile phone company Digicel should consider fresh cash injections or it will face higher refinance costs when it looks to roll its massive $7 billion debt in under two years

Government reviewing Irish firms' links to beleaguered Huawei

Government reviewing Irish firms' links to beleaguered Huawei

Business and enterprise minister Heather Humphreys said her department and its agencies were looking at any direct and indirect implications for Irish-based companies doing business with Huawei

Gilmartin nets €18m in Trainline shares sale

Gilmartin nets €18m in Trainline shares sale

She still holds onto stake valued at €40m

Top pharma names to benefit from Uniphar stock listing

Top pharma names to benefit from Uniphar stock listing

Shareholders in firm include McCauley and Sisk families and former C&C boss Maurice Pratt

Property chief Sweeney gets €2 million share payout since taking job in 2017

Property chief Sweeney gets €2 million share payout since taking job in 2017

Over €10 billion in cash outflows to US this year after tax rate overhaul

Over €10 billion in cash outflows to US this year after tax rate overhaul

The return of cash from US entities registered in Ireland has accelerated in recent months and follows an astonishing €50 billion outflow recorded in 2018

Number of super-rich facing tax probes by Revenue set to double

Number of super-rich facing tax probes by Revenue set to double

Revenue has said that the new threshold to be included in its trawl of high wealth individuals division will be cut to €20 million from €50 million

Market Talk: The great Irish stock market exodus

Market Talk: The great Irish stock market exodus

With so many of our big companies preferring to remain private, what does it say about the way we do business in this country?

Energia looks at renewable energy acquisitions as part of future plans

Energia looks at renewable energy acquisitions as part of future plans

In a presentation to investors seen by this newspaper, Viridian said that it planned to increase its investment in renewable energy assets and that decarbonisation would be a central aspect of its strategy

Property heavyweights head up new lobby group for investors

Property heavyweights head up new lobby group for investors

A number of notable property market players have joined the board of a new lobby group set up to ...

Number of new limited partnerships ‘abnormally high’ - CRO

Number of new limited partnerships ‘abnormally high’ - CRO

More than 1,000 registered in a two-year period, annual report from state body reveals