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.

€8.5m payday for NTR founders from legacy assets dividends

€8.5m payday for NTR founders from legacy assets dividends

NTR founders the Roche family will walk away with over €8.5 million after a €22 million payou...

Hudson hero Sully lends support to Ryanair pilots

Hudson hero Sully lends support to Ryanair pilots

Captain Chesley ‘Sully’ Sullenberger says he has been 'disgusted and very concerned' for years by the tactics used by some low-cost airlines

Pilots dig in at Ryanair after O’Leary’s job jibe

Pilots dig in at Ryanair after O’Leary’s job jibe

Ryanair pilots' mood has turned sour following comments by the airline's boss that they had easy jobs and were well-paid

Goldman Sachs mulls sale of Irish hotel arm

Goldman Sachs mulls sale of Irish hotel arm

The global investment giant has spent tens of millions assembling a portfolio of hotels as part of its play on the Irish economic recovery

Half of shared ownership mortgages in arrears

Half of shared ownership mortgages in arrears

Across 15 local authorities that provided figures, the average rate of distressed debt among the loans advanced by county and city councils is 44 per cent

Religion, politics, fees: Inside the world of Alexandra College

Religion, politics, fees: Inside the world of Alexandra College

Privileged? Elitist? Entitled? Ireland’s fee-paying schools are being scrutinised as never before. But what is the view from inside these institutions? In the first of a series with those who run Ireland’s most prestigious schools, Alexandra College principal Barbara Ennis talks to The Sunday Business Post.

The retail renaissance?

The retail renaissance?

Retail has for a long time been seen as the ugly duckling of the Irish property recovery. But it may be that its time has finally arrived, according to the country’s biggest manager of shopping centres

Applegreen: Driving growth into the west and beyond

Applegreen: Driving growth into the west and beyond

Applegreen’s chief financial officer, Niall Dolan, says that the petrol station operator is keeping a careful eye on Brexit, but that a landmark US deal is hitting the mark

Cork Elysian to go on the market as part of €100m sale

Cork Elysian to go on the market as part of €100m sale

The 71 metre tall apartment block was built by developer Michael O’Flynn, who lost control of the landmark project in a debt settlement with Blackstone

Technopath signs deal with US healthcare giant Northwell

Technopath signs deal with US healthcare giant Northwell

Tipperary biotechnology outfit Technopath has signed a landmark expansion deal with US healthcare...

Nama and Oxley prepare sale of €150m Dublin Landings project

Nama and Oxley prepare sale of €150m Dublin Landings project

Government plans to use Nama’s €3 billion for houses

Toyota lobbies for dearer diesel in budget

Toyota lobbies for dearer diesel in budget

The company is arguing that government policies on diesel have created perverse incentives that are hampering the development of the hybrid car market

Tax change 'could prevent another Apple'

Tax change 'could prevent another Apple'

Report's suggestions would make multinationals pay more in a bid to reduce corporation tax volatility

New report advises government to increase tax on IP rights

New report advises government to increase tax on IP rights

The report will recommend that the state increase taxation on multibillion-euro revenues which arise from intellectual property rights

Local authorities reject 90 per cent of homes as housing crisis escalates

Local authorities reject 90 per cent of homes as housing crisis escalates

Statistics from the housing agency show that 1,860 units have been offered to county and city councils, but just 241 have been accepted