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.

Getting its house in order

Getting its house in order

Two of Cairn Homes’ three bosses shared €4.1m in three years, but can the cash cow stay lucrative as it enters a crucial period?

Revenue comes face to face with Vikings

Revenue comes face to face with Vikings

The pre-arranged Revenue visits took place on the sets of Vikings, the big budget TV series produced by Irishman James Flynn of Octagon Films, and Into The Badlands, another high profile TV series also produced by Flynn

Activist investor questions the structure of troubled IFG

Activist investor questions the structure of troubled IFG

An activist investor in IFG Group, the Dublin-based financial services company which last week pa...

Deloitte Ireland to join firm’s North West European unit

Deloitte Ireland to join firm’s North West European unit

The Irish arm of professional services firm Deloitte will this summer be folded into the €5 bil...

Exclusive: AIB scales back loan sale by €2bn

Exclusive: AIB scales back loan sale by €2bn

Project Redwood, which had been billed as a €3.75 billion loan sale process, is now likely to contain just €1.6 billion worth of debt, after the bank revised the size of the loan book down in recent weeks

IPL shareholders plan to buy into public offering

IPL shareholders plan to buy into public offering

It is thought that some of the larger agricultural co-ops on IPL’s shareholder register are likely now to participate in the share sale

The Show Must Go On: A special report on the Irish film industry

The Show Must Go On: A special report on the Irish film industry

The Irish tax authority is circling and the unions are battling -- what's happening in Irish film?

Investors: time for radical solutions at INM

Investors: time for radical solutions at INM

Several shareholders have written to the INM board and senior management expressing deep concern over recent events

Davy fund ‘frustrated’ by hold-ups on tax break programme

Davy fund ‘frustrated’ by hold-ups on tax break programme

Criticism of Revenue for pace at which it is processing applications for the EIIS scheme

Russia’s largest firm puts €40m into its Irish arm

Russia’s largest firm puts €40m into its Irish arm

Sberbank, the state-owned lender, saw its share price collapse by more than 20 per cent last week

Airbnb warns against ‘overly heavy regulation’

Airbnb warns against ‘overly heavy regulation’

In a letter to members of the housing committee, the US multinational warned that the economic impact of onerous regulation could be as much as €506 million per year

Sammon in 11th-hour rescue talks with Kildare developer

Sammon in 11th-hour rescue talks with Kildare developer

PJ McGrath’s intervention may pull Sammon back from the precipice after Carillion’s collapse left it reeling

More than 30 former Aer Lingus pilots sue over pension entitlements

More than 30 former Aer Lingus pilots sue over pension entitlements

The dispute is understood to relate to a miscalculation of the pilots’ pension entitlements by the company which led to them being overpaid, sometimes for years

To Russia, No Love

To Russia, No Love

With the worlds of politics and business colliding, questions are being asked that go right to the core of our neutrality and our financial services sector. Is Ireland playing Russian roulette?

Wallaby Moore to be face of Irish-Australian trade mission

Wallaby Moore to be face of Irish-Australian trade mission

Stephen Moore, whose parents hail from Galway and Mayo, spent the first five years of his life in Ireland before relocating to Australia in 1988