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.

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'

Gone with the wind: Two Gaelectric bosses surrender equity to shareholders

Gone with the wind: Two Gaelectric bosses surrender equity to shareholders

Two of the renewable energy company’s founders move to improve the payout to shareholders

Inside the global hunt for the missing Quinn empire millions

Inside the global hunt for the missing Quinn empire millions

Liquidated bank says assets worth $15 million were stripped from Indian property

Your Business: Futureproofing for an uncertain outlook

Your Business: Futureproofing for an uncertain outlook

There is a sense of optimism in the Irish business community at present. You can sense it when yo...

Net tightens on Quinn family’s global property ‘lost’ millions

Net tightens on Quinn family’s global property ‘lost’ millions

Ian Kehoe: The inside story of IBRC’s hunt for missing Indian cash

Revenues and headcount plummet at Louth firm Suretank

Revenues and headcount plummet at Louth firm Suretank

Revenues at Suretank, the Louth manufacturing business, fell by more than €56 million to €25 ...

US multinational GE shuts Irish healthcare subsidiary in Shannon

US multinational GE shuts Irish healthcare subsidiary in Shannon

GE Healthcare Holding Ireland, which was incorporated in Shannon, Co Clare, had no staff, but routed billions of dollars to various GE subsidiaries around the world

Ian Kehoe on Business

Ian Kehoe on Business

The Central Bank is coming under fire for its tracker strategy – or lack of one

Sunday Business Post: The story of 2017

Sunday Business Post: The story of 2017

Editor Ian Kehoe picks the in-depth interviews, long-form features, profiles and magazine articles that tell us what happened this year

Dublin e-commerce firm sold for initial $119m

Dublin e-commerce firm sold for initial $119m

Ascential, a global business-to-business media company, acquired Dublin business Clavis Insight late last week

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