Jack Horgan-Jones

Jack Horgan-Jones

Jack Horgan-Jones is a Business Correspondent with The Sunday Business Post. Horgan-Jones is a lead contributor on Ireland to the Economist Intelligence Unit, and has previously worked with the news website TheJournal.ie, and the energy trade magazine reNews. A Dublin native, he holds a BA in history and an MA in Media and International Conflict from UCD.

The gloves are off as Conroy goes for gold

The gloves are off as Conroy goes for gold

The largest shareholder of the Irish prospector is calling for a major overhaul of the company’s board

Webfactory joins forces with Euro digital giant

Webfactory joins forces with Euro digital giant

Webfactory will become part of Dept - the Dutch venture capital-backed digital agency

NCR injects €38.7m into Irish subsidiary

NCR injects €38.7m into Irish subsidiary

Global point-of-sale giant NCR has pumped €38.7 million into one of its Irish subsidiaries, fil...

Nama’s €3 billion profit may go to rainy day fund

Nama’s €3 billion profit may go to rainy day fund

Sources say Nama windfall due in 2020 not subject to same fiscal rules as sale of state’s AIB stake

Thousands of council flats to be razed in radical new Dublin housing plan

Thousands of council flats to be razed in radical new Dublin housing plan

Dublin City Council is also open to using public/private partnerships to attract developers

IDA to get more power to force land purchases

IDA to get more power to force land purchases

Department drafting bill to avoid a repeat of Thomas Reid’s block on sale of land to state agency

Harbour chief claims he’s owed €350,000 in bonuses

Harbour chief claims he’s owed €350,000 in bonuses

The chief executive of Dun Laoghaire Harbour Company, Gerry Dunne, took a case last year against the firm

How they rated

How they rated

Jack Horgan-Jones on how the Lions individually measured up in a gruelling contest

20 Years in Limbo: Dublin's Iveagh Markets

20 Years in Limbo: Dublin's Iveagh Markets

How a €100 million regeneration project stalled

Jack Horgan-Jones: Everyone may lose out in Dublin Town row

Jack Horgan-Jones: Everyone may lose out in Dublin Town row

Bad blood has spilled over in a nasty clash over the future of the capital’s business improvement body

'The state is in good shape but there’s a tickle in the engine hum'

'The state is in good shape but there’s a tickle in the engine hum'

While Exchequer figures could be a lot worse, there's no reason to be complacent

How state-backed funds slash tax bill to €250

How state-backed funds slash tax bill to €250

Fianna Fáil demands answers from government; Firms defend use of vulture fund tax scheme

Top hotels oppose College Green plaza plan

Top hotels oppose College Green plaza plan

Plan has the potential to massively disrupt spending patterns in Dublin’s economy

Atlantic Aviation on hunt for apprentices

Atlantic Aviation on hunt for apprentices

Entrepreneurs share success stories based on their own experience of such schemes

JJ Rhatigan in legal fight with Nama over Galway city site

JJ Rhatigan in legal fight with Nama over Galway city site

KPMG liquidator Kieran Wallace initiated the action last week