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.

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.

Irish-based Amryt Pharma gets boost for drug in France

Irish-based Amryt Pharma gets boost for drug in France

Irish-based drug company Amryt Pharma has said its flagship treatment will now be reimbursed by h...

Hit Airbnb hosts with safety checks and VAT says hotels boss

Hit Airbnb hosts with safety checks and VAT says hotels boss

Airbnb hosts should be subject to VAT, and face health and safety and compliance checks, accordin...

Greencore’s flight from America will put it in a better state

Greencore’s flight from America will put it in a better state

Patrick Coveney deserves credit for the deal with US firm Hearthside that, should shareholders agree to it, will give Greencore a billion-dollar exit from a difficult situation across the Atlantic

We started the business debt-free and we are still debt-free. We’ll take all the cash we generate and put it back into the business

We started the business debt-free and we are still debt-free. We’ll take all the cash we generate and put it back into the business

David Collins and his business partner, David Byrne, launched Great National Hotels and Resorts in the teeth of the last recession. Almost a decade on, they’re not just surviving, but thriving

Post Podcast: The future of the National Broadband Plan

Post Podcast: The future of the National Broadband Plan

Ian Guider is joined by Chief Reporter Jack Horgan-Jones and Political Correspondent Hugh O’Connell to discuss the controversy surrounding the National Broadband Plan after the resignation of Denis Naughten

Surge in retirements set to add €500m to civil service pension bill

Surge in retirements set to add €500m to civil service pension bill

The Department of Public Expenditure and Reform is forecasting that between 1,700 and 2,500 civil servants will retire every year between 2019 and 2028

Aryzta’s top investor raises stake ahead of €800 million funding plan

Aryzta’s top investor raises stake ahead of €800 million funding plan

Spanish investment form Cobas Asset Management is believed to now hold about 20 per cent of Aryzta’s shares, up from about 14 per cent, according to sources familiar with the matter

British watchdog warns Aer Lingus over Cityjet lease deal

British watchdog warns Aer Lingus over Cityjet lease deal

The CMA is looking into a plan announced earlier this year for a so-called 'wet lease' agreement between Aer Lingus and Cityjet that is due to happen later this month

D-day for Denis

D-day for Denis

The clock is ticking for Denis O’Brien’s Digicel, as it waits to discover whether its bondholders will give it two more years of breathing space

Post Podcast: Budget 2019 special

Post Podcast: Budget 2019 special

Ian Guider is joined by Michael Brennan and Hugh O'Connell to look at the details of the budget - and assess the political fall-out

Preparing the economy for the best and worst Brexit outcomes

Preparing the economy for the best and worst Brexit outcomes

Finance minister Paschal Donohoe devoted a fair chunk of his spending initiatives to money allocated to mitigating the worst effects of Brexit on the economy

A win-win situation for FBD and Watsa

A win-win situation for FBD and Watsa

The Canadian investor Prem Watsa has scooped €100 million from his FBD rescue package punt, and shareholders are profiting from the insurance company’s rebound as he walks away without exercising a share option