Ian Kehoe

Ian Kehoe

Ian Kehoe is the Editor of the Sunday Business Post. An award-winning journalist, author and broadcaster, he is a former presenter and reporter with RTE’s Prime Time programme. He has twice been named as the Ireland’s Business & Economics Journalist of the Year. Kehoe has made a number of major documentaries for the state broadcaster RTE, including Namaland and Who’s Buying Ireland.

All the eggs, one precarious basket

All the eggs, one precarious basket

The budget includes measures aimed at mitigating Ireland’s dangerous reliance on the multinational sector. This is a positive development

A slow and steady centrist budget with an eye on the unknown

A slow and steady centrist budget with an eye on the unknown

Budget 2019 gives a little to a lot, with an aim of consistent and incremental change in an age of uncertainty

A business budget?  Just don’t say it to hoteliers...

A business budget? Just don’t say it to hoteliers...

Curbing tax reliefs when they have fulfilled their purpose shows backbone and sound financial sense. But it won’t make the government any friends in the hospitality sector

Profile of Tedcastle Holdings: A TOP-drawer deal

Profile of Tedcastle Holdings: A TOP-drawer deal

If you want to follow the real action in Ireland’s mergers and acquisitions scene, look no further than the humble petrol station

Staring down the barrel, and surviving to tell the tale

Staring down the barrel, and surviving to tell the tale

Five years ago, the Business Post nearly went bust. It took an almighty effort, and a new owner, to steady the ship - but that effort ultimately succeeded

Inside the battle for OpenHydro

Inside the battle for OpenHydro

Dissent is growing among a number of minority OpenHydro shareholders, and that dissatisfaction has been realised by the examinership application.

Ian Kehoe on vultures

Ian Kehoe on vultures

Ten years on from the bank bailout, we are in the most controversial phase of the great Irish sell-off: mortgages

Ian Kehoe on Business

Ian Kehoe on Business

Bradley’s Pharmacy saga reveals a retail sector reeling from multiple body blows

Post Podcast: We need to talk about spending efficiencies

Post Podcast: We need to talk about spending efficiencies

Ian Kehoe is joined by Michael Brennan for the latest Post Podcast

Post Podcast: Vultures at the Gate

Post Podcast: Vultures at the Gate

Ian Kehoe is joined by Ian Guider for the latest Post Podcast

Cherishing the business of the nation equally to overseas giants

Cherishing the business of the nation equally to overseas giants

The government is in love with multinationals in a volatile world. It urgently needs to pivot towards backing Irish enterprises with the enthusiasm it shows for giant corporations

Post Podcast: Ireland's screening crisis

Post Podcast: Ireland's screening crisis

Sunday Business Post Health Editor Susan Mitchell joins Ian Kehoe to discuss the CervicalCheck and BreastCheck programmes

Against the tide: OpenHydro's collapse

Against the tide: OpenHydro's collapse

With its blue-chip investor base and a promise of clean energy, OpenHydro was billed as the next big thing. But the tidal energy company has spectacularly collapsed, leaving behind massive debts, disgruntled shareholders and aggrieved staff

The Post Podcast: Contrition at Facebook

The Post Podcast: Contrition at Facebook

Ian Kehoe is joined by Jack Horgan-Jones for the latest Post Podcast

Nama’s reality check

Nama’s reality check

If the state’s toxic debt agency is to be believed, it has been a roaring success – but its critics have voiced deep concerns about the metrics it uses