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.

Persona undeterred by legal ruling on lawsuit funding case

Persona undeterred by legal ruling on lawsuit funding case

The Supreme Court last week ruled that a professional litigation fund based in Britain could not fund the case

Cabot buys €200m of debt from Cerberus

Cabot buys €200m of debt from Cerberus

Deal, which would have seen the debt trade at a significant discount to face value, was closed in recent weeks

Turnover up for Twitter HQ builder Flynn

Turnover up for Twitter HQ builder Flynn

Latest accounts for the company, show that turnover was just over €98 million in 2016

Hibernia Reit chief calls for elected Dublin mayor

Hibernia Reit chief calls for elected Dublin mayor

Shortage of residential units and infrastructure is hampering economy, says Hibernia Reit boss

Builders and hairdressers top Revenue’s whistleblower list

Builders and hairdressers top Revenue’s whistleblower list

Figures contained in a a briefing note provided to Revenue chairman Niall Cody

Dublin faces traffic hell without bus investment

Dublin faces traffic hell without bus investment

• National transport tsar issues warning that hundreds of millions of euro need to be spent • Graham says authority has achieved all it can with its existing resources as economy recovers

Mitchell O’Connor ‘Central Bank is closed for business’

Mitchell O’Connor ‘Central Bank is closed for business’

• Minister for Jobs: Regulator gets blame for blocking Brexit jobs • Mitchell O’Connor also pushed Lane to relax mortgage rules

Relm goes back for more as first €140m in finance snapped up

Relm goes back for more as first €140m in finance snapped up

property fund launched by former AIB executives has already received huge inquiries

Congestion poses threat to Dublin recovery

Congestion poses threat to Dublin recovery

• Transport infrastructure needs serious investment or congestion will only get worse, warns NTA chief executive Anne Graham

Coillte in talks with private sector to grow wind farm business

Coillte in talks with private sector to grow wind farm business

Exploratory discussions have been held with a range of private equity and other potential financing partners

State fund could help exporters after Brexit

State fund could help exporters after Brexit

Scheme would be modelled on the Enterprise Stabilisation Fund

Irish Times and INM enter sales process for Examiner

Irish Times and INM enter sales process for Examiner

Both publishers have signed non-disclosure agreements with Landmark Media Investments

Level of housebuilding is much lower than official figures suggest

Level of housebuilding is much lower than official figures suggest

Only 3,505 ‘certificates of compliance on completion’ given, well below the 14,932 units claimed for 2016 by housing minister Simon Coveney

Craft beer firm brewing up a storm with plans for expansion

Craft beer firm brewing up a storm with plans for expansion

Brú to double number of pubs and focusing on British market

Aramark’s Irish unit gets €130 million cash boost

Aramark’s Irish unit gets €130 million cash boost

US services giant owns Avoca and has teamed up with Chopped and Poulet Bonne Femme