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.

Digicel will not revisit IPO for at least a year

Digicel will not revisit IPO for at least a year

Chief executive Colm Delves the company will reassess a flotation but not in the short term.

Denis falls to earth: The float that sank

Denis falls to earth: The float that sank

Having marched Digicel up to the top of the IPO hill, Denis O’Brien abruptly marched it back down again. But why?

Web Summit to take over control of wifi at RDS

Web Summit to take over control of wifi at RDS

Signal Share has been hired to manage wifi system

We need to talk about Denis ...

We need to talk about Denis ...

He is Ireland’s richest man. A philanthropist and a tax exile. A media baron, but fiercely protective of his own privacy

Market Talk

Market Talk

Is there something the mortgage lenders don’t want us to know?

Nama staff attracted to redundancy scheme

Nama staff attracted to redundancy scheme

Nama aiming to cut staff to fewer than 300 by year end

One civil servant pockets €76,000 in extra allowances

One civil servant pockets €76,000 in extra allowances

Report reveals six staff picked up overtime of over €10,000, with one earning €14,682

Inside the empire: We need to talk about Denis...

Inside the empire: We need to talk about Denis...

Ireland's richest man is poised to pull off his biggest ever deal

O’Reilly says Providence ripe for takeover

O’Reilly says Providence ripe for takeover

The listed Irish-based oil and gas exploration company has seen its share price drop by 85 per cent this year

Mortgage arrears crisis continues, but the lenders have moved on

Mortgage arrears crisis continues, but the lenders have moved on

The banking sector would dearly love to put the mortgage arrears crisis behind it and point to its recovery

Malin fund is weighing up one more acquisition

Malin fund is weighing up one more acquisition

Malin, the €440 million Irish biotech and healthcare fund, said it is considering one more acqu...

Ireland’s cash for jobs scheme to be extended for three years

Ireland’s cash for jobs scheme to be extended for three years

The Connect Ireland scheme, which pays out up to €150,000 in cash to individuals who attract jo...

Digicel cut 500 jobs ahead of flotation but is still hiring

Digicel cut 500 jobs ahead of flotation but is still hiring

Denis O’Brien’s company will use €1.3 billion from IPO to pay down debt

€1.5bn investment and revenue growth in the Eir

€1.5bn investment and revenue growth in the Eir

The boss of telecoms company Eir, which changed its name from Eircom last week, said the company ...

Drug firm blames price cuts for unit sale

Drug firm blames price cuts for unit sale

The drug distribution group UDG has blamed significant drug price cuts demanded by the HSE and th...