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.

Post Podcast: Facebook’s Irish Face-Off

Post Podcast: Facebook’s Irish Face-Off

Ian Kehoe is joined by Chief Reporter Jack Horgan-Jones to discuss the impact of the Cambridge Analytica controversy on the company's operations in Ireland

Corporate watchdog seeks to appoint inspectors to probe INM

Corporate watchdog seeks to appoint inspectors to probe INM

Application will be made on 16 April, according to the company

Post Podcast: EU digital tax plan

Post Podcast: EU digital tax plan

Ian Kehoe is joined by Chief Reporter Jack Horgan-Jones to discuss the new digital tax proposals from Brussels

The Post Podcast: The GP crisis

The Post Podcast: The GP crisis

Ian Kehoe is joined by Sunday Business Post Health Editor Susan Mitchell to talk about a shortage of GPs which has led to some practices closing their doors to new patients

The Post Podcast: Varadkar in the White House

The Post Podcast: Varadkar in the White House

Join Ian Kehoe and Michael Brennan for the latest Post Podcast

Post Podcast Special: Roubles Rumbled

Post Podcast Special: Roubles Rumbled

Join Ian Kehoe and Jack Horgan-Jones for a Post Podcast special

Why we should tax the banks

Why we should tax the banks

Taxing banks on profits would allow the state to generate cash from banks that it could actually use

Dynasties 2018: Keeping it  in the family, for better or worse

Dynasties 2018: Keeping it in the family, for better or worse

There is a lot more to running a family business than making a profit – relationships can be fraught and emotions close to the surface. But when they work well, family businesses can be spectacularly successful. In this magazine, we profile some of Ireland’s most impressive business dynasties – as well as some that have not done so well

Met probe into London arm of Conlon’s Ammado

Met probe into London arm of Conlon’s Ammado

Charity complains cash it raised has vanished

Donohoe fires shot across tax advisers’ bow

Donohoe fires shot across tax advisers’ bow

In a significant speech to the Irish Taxation Institute in recent days, Donohoe warned that the price of tax certainty was 'legitimacy', and that he could only offer 'stability to a system he could stand over'

Dutch reforms set to hit U2's tax edge

Dutch reforms set to hit U2's tax edge

A move by the Netherlands which would affect U2's operations is not surprising, given the prevailing international climate against tax efficiency by high net worth individuals and corporates

Anatomy of a Scandal

Anatomy of a Scandal

14 years ago, Peter Conlon was named Irish entrepreneur of the year. Now he languishes behind bars in Switzerland

When banks and the state feed Irish citizens to the vultures

When banks and the state feed Irish citizens to the vultures

Selling loans to hedge funds and private equity giants is merely a way for the state to outsource repossessions

Forensic sweep of tech tycoon’s assets

Forensic sweep of tech tycoon’s assets

Peter Conlon can be held for six months

The hunt for the tech tycoon’s missing millions

The hunt for the tech tycoon’s missing millions

Liquidator contacts Garda Síochána over concerns; Swiss justice department in dawn raid; new evidence of 'alias' bank account names; allegations of 'embezzlement and unfair business dealings'