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.

IBI shifts focus to funding for start-ups

IBI shifts focus to funding for start-ups

Firm currently raising cash for drug spin-off and Belfast-based software firm

Dublin wood firm is sold for €2.5m

Dublin wood firm is sold for €2.5m

Revenue loses appeal for large corporate tax bill to major share trading company

Revenue loses appeal for large corporate tax bill to major share trading company

Company involved is believed to be one of the biggest market-making firms in the world

Is Brexit distracting us from Europe’s woes?

Is Brexit distracting us from Europe’s woes?

German economic data released last week should have us all worried

Quinn Holdings: ‘We will press on with investment despite violence’

Quinn Holdings: ‘We will press on with investment despite violence’

Quinn Industrial Holdings has said it won’t be intimidated following a vicious assault on two o...

$40 billion in treasury bills leaves Ireland after Trump’s tax move

$40 billion in treasury bills leaves Ireland after Trump’s tax move

The huge reduction in treasury bills, which companies hold because they are easily transferred into cash, would indicate that American multinationals based in Ireland transferred some of their overseas profits back to the US

Malin-backed Altan sets sights on the US with painkiller drug

Malin-backed Altan sets sights on the US with painkiller drug

Irish biotech investor Malin Corporation owns around two-thirds of drug company; Malin’s chief business officer says only one other intravenous paracetamol currently available in US market, giving parent firm a potential exit

No need for Donohoe to be double-jobbing

No need for Donohoe to be double-jobbing

There’s a strong case to be argued that running the Departments of Finance and Public Expenditure is too big a task for one minister

The untouchable position of CRH isn’t set in stone

The untouchable position of CRH isn’t set in stone

With a Swedish investment fund taking a sizeable stake in Cement Roadstone Holdings, the stage is set for an intriguing battle of wills

Almost 40,000 mortgage customers hit by tracker scandal

Almost 40,000 mortgage customers hit by tracker scandal

So far, banks have paid out €647 million to customers in redress and compensation, up €67 million since the end of August last year

Science device firm Renishaw prepares for no-deal Brexit with Irish warehouse base

Science device firm Renishaw prepares for no-deal Brexit with Irish warehouse base

Renishaw, the British high-end equipment manufacturer, is to supply its European customers from a...

Greencore has an appetite for vegan  food in British market, says Coveney

Greencore has an appetite for vegan food in British market, says Coveney

Greencore chief executive Patrick Coveney has said the company is cashing in on demand for vegan ...

Paddy Power warned Donohoe over betting tax

Paddy Power warned Donohoe over betting tax

Paddy Power Betfair warned the government that the move to double the betting levy would make the...

Nama finds €352m Quinlan Private loan sale was within rules

Nama finds €352m Quinlan Private loan sale was within rules

Loans were sold for just over €26 million to Clairvue-Nantes

Equitable Life to set up Dublin unit

Equitable Life to set up Dublin unit

Equitable Life, one of Britain’s oldest life insurance and pensions companies, is seeking to mo...