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 whole world is upset with Ireland over its unfair corporate tax system’

‘The whole world is upset with Ireland over its unfair corporate tax system’

Former IMF mandarin Ashoka Mody warns that our reliance on multinationals carries risks if there is another downturn

Digital tax status quo is not clicking in Brussels

Digital tax status quo is not clicking in Brussels

The tax pressure cooker in Brussels shows no signs of disappearing. In this high-stakes game, how should Paschal Donohoe play his hand?

State to publish roadmap for tax compliance after global criticism

State to publish roadmap for tax compliance after global criticism

The government is set to publish a roadmap for corporate tax compliance in the coming weeks, as i...

Four potential bidders eye up €600m sale of Goldman Sachs Irish hotel arm

Four potential bidders eye up €600m sale of Goldman Sachs Irish hotel arm

Global investment giant Goldman Sachs is inching closer to a deal for its €600 million-rated Ir...

Foley and partners to net €30 million in Clerys sale

Foley and partners to net €30 million in Clerys sale

Consortium puts iconic site in capital on the market

REVEALED: Central Bank’s fears on state’s cash-for-visa scheme

REVEALED: Central Bank’s fears on state’s cash-for-visa scheme

● Investors receive visas ‘when funds have not launched’ ● Fianna Fáil: scheme is shrouded in secrecy

Lone Star splits with Ballymore

Lone Star splits with Ballymore

Lone Star, the multibillion dollar property investor, has shelved plans to work with Irish proper...

Mater in €11m deal to reduce carbon footprint

Mater in €11m deal to reduce carbon footprint

The Mater Hospital has signed an €11 million deal with a company backed by the government which...

Bruton made senior adviser with lobbying company Teneo

Bruton made senior adviser with lobbying company Teneo

Former taoiseach John Bruton has been appointed as a senior adviser with lobbying firm Teneo, fou...

Ireland’s EU ambassador asked Stripe to move to Dublin

Ireland’s EU ambassador asked Stripe to move to Dublin

Collison brothers’ company requested meeting for detailed briefing on impact of Brexit; Declan Kelleher said multibillion payments giant was ‘upbeat’ about their presence in Ireland

Secret report raises new fire safety concerns at Belmayne estate

Secret report raises new fire safety concerns at Belmayne estate

Belmayne became famous after a glitzy launch in 2006 which used racy images to promote the project

State watchdog to examine sale of Ardmore

State watchdog to examine sale of Ardmore

The studios were sold for just €6 million to Olcott Entertainment, an investor led by Joe Devine, co-founder of Ion Equity and Troy Studios’ chairman

Meet the woman leading Ireland’s largest landlord

Meet the woman leading Ireland’s largest landlord

Ires has become the state’s largest private landlord almost overnight. Its business is rent, and business is good. But not everyone is happy with the way it does things

T5 launches first-look roadshow in advance of €50 million IPO

T5 launches first-look roadshow in advance of €50 million IPO

Increase in oil prices to $80 a barrel expected to support stronger valuation for oil and gas company

Yew Grove scales back size of IPO

Yew Grove scales back size of IPO

Property investor had hoped to raise €100 million in offering; company secures €65 million in commitments from investors