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.

'In the real world, a lot comes  down to the performance incentivisation systems. That’s where the rubber hits the road'

'In the real world, a lot comes down to the performance incentivisation systems. That’s where the rubber hits the road'

As dean of the UCD School of Business, Anthony Brabazon’s job is to supply a world-class education to an international student body of 10,000, in a time of huge global uncertainty and tightening university budgets

Ireland is at the centre of a dangerous taxation maelstrom

Ireland is at the centre of a dangerous taxation maelstrom

From a 1950s report that offered a comparison between us and Puerto Rico, to our tax arrangements with multinationals – this is how we got into troubled waters

Aer Lingus: Don’t blame us for Ryanair union woes

Aer Lingus: Don’t blame us for Ryanair union woes

The chief executive of Aer Lingus has shot back at suggestions by Ryanair management that his pil...

Glenveagh plan for 20,000 new homes

Glenveagh plan for 20,000 new homes

Glenveagh, the publicly quoted homebuilder, has told investors that it is closing in on over €1...

Receiver appointed to Irish strip-miner Anglo-African

Receiver appointed to Irish strip-miner Anglo-African

A receiver has been appointed over assets of Irish strip miner Anglo-African Minerals. The move a...

Council’s research on Airbnb lettings runs into brick wall

Council’s research on Airbnb lettings runs into brick wall

Dublin City Council’s efforts to analyse the impact of Airbnb in the capital have stalled after...

Goldman’s Tifco hotel group posts major revenue growth

Goldman’s Tifco hotel group posts major revenue growth

Goldman Sachs-owned Tifco, which is one of the state’s largest hotel groups, has posted signifi...

What Aer Lingus did next

What Aer Lingus did next

Three years on from the €1.4 billion deal that fully privatised the one-time state carrier, Aer Lingus chief executive Stephen Kavanagh speaks about growth amid global turmoil, Ryanair, and the next phase of expansion for Ireland’s most recognisable company

Multinationals’ property holdings dwarf those of other capitals – NTMA

Multinationals’ property holdings dwarf those of other capitals – NTMA

A report found that the top five tech companies accounted for a much higher footprint in Dublin than in London or New York

Will Facebook apologies mean any change?

Will Facebook apologies mean any change?

Facebook has failed horribly at regulating its own content. The job now falls to Irish lawmakers

Gilroy’s Designer Group set to acquire Limerick company

Gilroy’s Designer Group set to acquire Limerick company

Designer Group, the multimillion-euro engineering heavyweight headed by former Dublin GAA manager...

Google secretly fought plans to tackle online harassment

Google secretly fought plans to tackle online harassment

Documents obtained by this newspaper show that the search engine giant had multiple concerns about a report from the Law Reform Commission which also suggested appointing a Digital Safety Commissioner

Brexit could deliver massive shock to Irish SMEs, warns Finance

Brexit could deliver massive shock to Irish SMEs, warns Finance

The Department flags the fact that costs and barriers to trade for small business will mushroom

State’s bank holdings may take €400m hit in ‘tax offset’ row

State’s bank holdings may take €400m hit in ‘tax offset’ row

The warning comes amid mounting political pressure from Fianna Fáil to reform the current system, which allows businesses avoid hefty tax bills until their historic losses are used up

Hotel chief ‘spitting blood’ over threat to restore Vat rate

Hotel chief ‘spitting blood’ over threat to restore Vat rate

The government is facing the prospect of a major battle over its plans to axe the special 9 per c...