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 eyes airlifts in no-deal Brexit

Greencore eyes airlifts in no-deal Brexit

Chief executive Patrick Coveney said the company was stockpiling some ingredients, but in the event of delays at the Dover and Calais ports it would have to find alternative ways of securing delivery of some fresh produce

Facebook in charm offensive as Sandberg meets data chief

Facebook in charm offensive as Sandberg meets data chief

A number of senior Facebook executives met the Data Protection Commissioner Helen Dixon in Dublin last week

Coveney can hold his head up high

Coveney can hold his head up high

It has been a gruelling year for Greencore’s boss Patrick Coveney, but he has emerged smelling of roses

Lane awaits word of new top ECB job

Lane awaits word of new top ECB job

If, as expected, the governor of the Central Bank is appointed to a key position on the board of the European Central Bank, it will mean that Ireland at last has a seat at the top table in Europe – and at a crucial time

New bidders emerge after €150m sale of Goodbody falls through

New bidders emerge after €150m sale of Goodbody falls through

Goodbody insisted last week that it was not up for sale, but sources said its owners, the firm’s senior managers and the Kerry-based financial services giant Fexco, are likely to entertain other approaches

Probe continues into sale of college spin-out firm

Probe continues into sale of college spin-out firm

The Department of Education has sent a list of 16 detailed questions to WIT seeking clarification about of a number of matters related to its involvement in a software company called Feedhenry

Dark days for Datalex as share price takes a dive

Dark days for Datalex as share price takes a dive

Analysts are asking how the stock exchange-quoted company, which provides software services to airlines, could have gotten its figures so wrong

Central Bank approval not needed for Russian Bank’s Dublin move

Central Bank approval not needed for Russian Bank’s Dublin move

A huge Russian bank that plans to shift some of its London-based business to Ireland is not requi...

Central Bank boss Lane tipped for top ECB job

Central Bank boss Lane tipped for top ECB job

Nominations for the post of chief economist of the European Central Bank are set to open tomorrow...

Digicel bonds continue to slide as Fitch slams ‘stagnant’ record

Digicel bonds continue to slide as Fitch slams ‘stagnant’ record

The price of new bonds issued by Denis O’Brien’s Digicel fell on their first week of trading,...

Handle with care: Europe’s economy is fragile

Handle with care: Europe’s economy is fragile

All eyes may be on the impact Brexit will have on Ireland, but a slowdown across Europe should also be a cause for concern this year

AIB wants tax breaks for small landlords to kickstart new builds

AIB wants tax breaks for small landlords to kickstart new builds

Taxpayer-controlled AIB is seeking an extension of the government’s help-to-buy grant as well a...

Forget share prices, and let builders build

Forget share prices, and let builders build

Shares in house builders have taken a battering, but that might not be any harm in the medium term

Donohoe met Apple executives during Silicon Valley trade mission

Donohoe met Apple executives during Silicon Valley trade mission

It’s understood that although he did not meet Apple chief executive Tim Cook, the ongoing state aid appeal the company is taking against the European Commission’s €13 billion tax ruling was discussed

Quarter of PTSB’s Glenbeigh loans still in negative equity

Quarter of PTSB’s Glenbeigh loans still in negative equity

More than a quarter of the loans packaged up by Permanent TSB last year are still in negative equ...