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.

Harbison exits Lovin Media following sale

Harbison exits Lovin Media following sale

Businessman Emmet O’Neill buys out founder

Advisory body calls for “credible” economic plan

Advisory body calls for “credible” economic plan

The report noted the country still has one of the highest debt burdens in Europe

Activist investor ups stake in IFG as F&C steps back

Activist investor ups stake in IFG as F&C steps back

An activist investor has upped its stake in financial services group IFG, raising pressure on the...

Aughinish back in the firing line as Trump trade war heats up

Aughinish back in the firing line as Trump trade war heats up

Talks ongoing between government and company

Greencore is top pick for ‘short sellers’ banking on further falls

Greencore is top pick for ‘short sellers’ banking on further falls

Greencore, the Dublin-headquartered food company, has emerged as the share targeted most by short...

Is it time for a third force in Irish banking?

Is it time for a third force in Irish banking?

Now that the foreign banks are well and truly gone, we need stronger competition to prevent AIB and BoI from permanently dominating the market

Digicel bond falls as management attempts to reassure investors it can cut firm’s debts

Digicel bond falls as management attempts to reassure investors it can cut firm’s debts

A key Digicel bond fell to a fresh low last week, even as Denis O’Brien and the mobile phone co...

Podcast: KBC Investment Series Podcast Episode 2

Podcast: KBC Investment Series Podcast Episode 2

Ian Guider is joined by Petrina Grady, Head of Current Accounts, Savings and Investments and Dara O’Brien from KBC Asset Management.

Taking wing in a brave new world

Taking wing in a brave new world

Ryanair’s share price rose last week on the back of record numbers for 2018, but as it braces itself for the task of reaching agreement with the unions that it detests, its business model may well have been changed forever

Aryzta favours asset sales, cost-cutting over cash call

Aryzta favours asset sales, cost-cutting over cash call

Investors have questioned whether the Irish-Swiss bakery giant would need to raise money to ensure it does not fall foul of an upcoming test of its covenants given the decline in its earnings

It’s time for the civil service to move out and move on

It’s time for the civil service to move out and move on

The crumbling eyesore that is Hawkins House is no place for a modern Department of Health. The public sector must embrace change – including new offices

Coat rails and clocking in: Health officials resisting move to lavish €100m HQ

Coat rails and clocking in: Health officials resisting move to lavish €100m HQ

Employees raise concerns about safety of personal items at new Baggot Street base; coat rails and clocking-in facilities are among chief bones of contention

PTSB is walking on thin Glas

PTSB is walking on thin Glas

In order for Permanent TSB to have any future, it must offload Project Glas - and soon

Calm before the next storm for INM

Calm before the next storm for INM

The group’s agm was full of buoyant predictions and reassurances, but the existential threat it faces is still very much a concern

PTSB in plan to sell off 2,000 properties

PTSB in plan to sell off 2,000 properties

Homes voluntarily surrendered to bank in return for debt deals