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.

What Donald Trump’s greater America means for us

What Donald Trump’s greater America means for us

Trump is an unlikely standard-bearer for the economic policies espoused by Hugo Chávez, but he shows no sign of backing down

OECD chief: other states can look for a cut of Apple’s Irish tax bill

OECD chief: other states can look for a cut of Apple’s Irish tax bill

Head of OECD’s tax-avoidance watchdog warns EU shouldn’t duplicate his organisation’s work

Few believe Trump will be good for Ireland-US relations

Few believe Trump will be good for Ireland-US relations

Just 3 per cent of people think Irish trade with the US will be very positively impacted

Slim volume lets titans of high finance off easy

Slim volume lets titans of high finance off easy

The core of William D Cohan's thesis is that Wall Street is misunderstood

Irish Times may bid for Examiner

Irish Times may bid for Examiner

The Examiner is owned by the Landmark Media Investments, which had revenue of €47.7 million in 2014

80 per cent of rentals in Dublin fail tests

80 per cent of rentals in Dublin fail tests

Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown had the highest failure rate of the four local authorities

ESRI report - what are the biggest risks to the economy?

ESRI report - what are the biggest risks to the economy?

Jack Horgan-Jones assesses what today's report could mean for Ireland

Applegreen to open 40 new filling stations

Applegreen to open 40 new filling stations

Company recorded 9 per cent rise in revenues in 2016

Irish firms in billion-dollar battle

Irish firms in billion-dollar battle

JPMorgan Chase faces claims over toxic sub-prime debt

The law firms, banks and insurers eyeing Dublin after Brexit

The law firms, banks and insurers eyeing Dublin after Brexit

• JP Morgan seeking office space to double number of bankers in Ireland • Law firm DLA Piper considering moving hundreds of solicitors

Watchdog ramps up probe of Swiftcare/ VHI deal

Watchdog ramps up probe of Swiftcare/ VHI deal

Commission tells insurer it needs to supply more information about the bid’s impact

Profile: Project Eagle – Nama’s bête noire

Profile: Project Eagle – Nama’s bête noire

The Project Eagle sale was rocked by leaks, political back-channelling and acrimony among bidders

Michael Noonan held Silicon Valley tax talks after Trump’s win

Michael Noonan held Silicon Valley tax talks after Trump’s win

Meetings took place as part of a whistle-stop tour last November

HSE pleads ignorance on Big Pharma’s payments to doctors

HSE pleads ignorance on Big Pharma’s payments to doctors

Acknowledgement contained in a review of the HSE’s governance structures prompted by a Sunday Business Post investigation

Free Money For All? Can a universal basic income work?

Free Money For All? Can a universal basic income work?

Advocates of UBI say its time has come in a world of zero hour contracts, impenetrable welfare legislation, and looming automation