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.

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

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

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

Ian Kehoe on Budget 2018

Ian Kehoe on Budget 2018

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

Posturing and belligerence in the Apple tax tug-of-war

Posturing and belligerence in the Apple tax tug-of-war

Europe is showboating, and the government’s still in denial over its tax ruling

The balance of power between Amazon and Ireland

The balance of power between Amazon and Ireland

Ireland can't simply roll over when multinationals make demands, but we should listen to genuine concerns

Tycoons: Editor’s Note

Tycoons: Editor’s Note

For the last 28 years, The Sunday Business Post has sought to document the best and worst of Ireland’s tycoons

Tycoons: Private Ryan

Tycoons: Private Ryan

At the time, almost no one in his own company knew what he looked like. Yet the Penneys/Primark boss Arthur Ryan was one of the most powerful and influential figures in the world of Irish fashion

Tycoons: King without a throne

Tycoons: King without a throne

He had lost his empire, but Seán Quinn was desperate to reclaim it following his epic fall. This profile analysed the man, the money and the myth

Tycoons: Rise and fall of a reclusive tycoon

Tycoons: Rise and fall of a reclusive tycoon

How did Liam Carroll, the corporate raider who had built a €1 billion fortune from a series of canny deals, see his business empire come crashing down around him so quickly? And just how did a Dutch-owned minnow, ACC Bank, bring down the country’s largest developer?

Gerry Barrett bids to prevent seizure of assets

Gerry Barrett bids to prevent seizure of assets

Galway businessman will argue that Deutsche Bank breached a 'standstill agreement' by installing receivers over his hotel and property empire

Your Business: Ireland is awash with vibrant businesses

Your Business: Ireland is awash with vibrant businesses

The uncertainty over Brexit can’t hide the fact that the mood among Irish businesses is becoming more optimistic

Ian Kehoe on Business

Ian Kehoe on Business

Filling stations are where the action is right now – and their food offerings hold the key to their future success

We need to talk about rents

We need to talk about rents

Surge in disputes shows extent of calamitous rental problem

Ian Kehoe on Business

Ian Kehoe on Business

A German bank presents its credentials to An Post, while Seán Quinn bets on winning back his old empire