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.

BoyleSports revenue nears €1.5 billion

BoyleSports revenue nears €1.5 billion

Founder speaks of beating alcoholism

Against the odds: John Boyle

Against the odds: John Boyle

He overcame an addiction problem to dominate the Irish gambling industry. In this startling interview, the BoyleSports founder reveals the personal toll of his unstoppable drive and the reason it’s quitting time once again

Are we heading for a second wave of repossessions?

Are we heading for a second wave of repossessions?

Vulture funds could move quickly to ensure a return on any troubled loans they buy from the banks

Fixing a chronic problem

Fixing a chronic problem

The evidence is there showing developers are willing to build if planning obstacles are removed

Alanis pays €89m for Barrett hotels and property empire

Alanis pays €89m for Barrett hotels and property empire

Alanis, which is being backed by Deutsche Bank, has been selected as the preferred bidder for the assets by a court-appointed examiner

Planning process not fit for purpose

Planning process not fit for purpose

The Apple data centre saga has exposed significant flaws in our planning system

Margaret Sweeney, Ires and the rental paradox

Margaret Sweeney, Ires and the rental paradox

The days of bargain basement property purchases are over, even for the the very big players

Margaret Sweeney appointed chief executive of Ires

Margaret Sweeney appointed chief executive of Ires

Sweeney, the former chief executive of the DAA and Postbank, replaces David Erlich, who is taking over as president and chief executive Officer of CapReit

Trackers: from the mouths of babes

Trackers: from the mouths of babes

The response of the banking sector to the tracker problem – denial, obfuscation, delays – has made a bad situation even worse

Gerry Barrett must beat Deutsche to regain his assets

Gerry Barrett must beat Deutsche to regain his assets

The examiner over a string of related companies has invited two parties to the second-round bidding process

Another shaming episode for Irish financial institutions

Another shaming episode for Irish financial institutions

High level management effectively bullied and confused customers into more expensive mortgage repayments

Tycoon Malone swoops for 70 per cent stake in Galway Radisson Blu

Tycoon Malone swoops for 70 per cent stake in Galway Radisson Blu

Jerry O’Reilly, the developer who was one of the original owners of the property, will take a 10 per cent stake

The radical moderate

The radical moderate

He’s just delivered his maiden budget as finance minister. In this major interview, Paschal Donohoe talks tax, housing and political philosophy

Budget 2018: Donohoe delivers a little to a lot

Budget 2018: Donohoe delivers a little to a lot

The budget was a balanced one, and a welcome relief after its extreme predecessors

Ian Kehoe on Budget 2018

Ian Kehoe on Budget 2018

The Sunday Business Post editor casts his eye over Paschal Donohoe's speech