Leanna Byrne

Leanna Byrne

Leanna Byrne is a news reporter with the Sunday Business Post. Byrne was previously editor of The University Times, Ireland's largest student newspaper, in Trinity College Dublin. Under Byrne's editorship, The University Times won Student Publication of the Year. In 2014, she was selected to participate in Nobel Peace Prize winner Elie Wiesel's ''Leaders of Tomorrow conference. Byrne, a Trinity graduate, holds a joint-honours BA in Business and Politics.

Bringing the State Street message back to basics

Bringing the State Street message back to basics

How the global head of marketing for the investment management firm embraced social media

Hitting it off on Off The Rails

Hitting it off on Off The Rails

Sonya Lennon and Brendan Courtney had never met before the RTÉ show. The rest - including their own clothing line, Lennon Courtney - is Irish fashion history

How Voxpro was turned into a €150 million business

How Voxpro was turned into a €150 million business

Well-known business couple Dan and Linda Kiely's deal with Telus described as a 'game-changer' for Cork companies

Taking the leap from the start-up sidelines

Taking the leap from the start-up sidelines

Those who dream of going full-time with their side-project first need to make a plan, writes Leanna Byrne

Game of Thrones cyber security breach a lesson to us all

Game of Thrones cyber security breach a lesson to us all

One of the world’s most popular shows is currently under siege from hackers

'The characters make the hotel, and by God we’ve some characters'

'The characters make the hotel, and by God we’ve some characters'

Renowned for its traditional charm, country music, weddings and carveries, Harvey’s Point Hotel in Donegal has carved out a niche for itself

Nua horizons for traditional boat builder

Nua horizons for traditional boat builder

Canoe maker eyeing expansion into Britain

DropChef plans to enter market in North

DropChef plans to enter market in North

DropChef, the meal delivery company, has expanded across Ireland and is planning to enter the Nor...

Eight solar companies  targeting the Irish market

Eight solar companies targeting the Irish market

Wexford Solar Solar energy development company Wexford Solar specialises in developing energy ass...

The view from the trading floor

The view from the trading floor

With the betting giant in a state of flux, analysts are wary of it at present – causing its share price to fall sharply

'Friends don't always make great business partners'

'Friends don't always make great business partners'

Startup.com is proof that when things turn bad you can destroy your business - and your friendship

Conroy Gold egm ends in acrimony

Conroy Gold egm ends in acrimony

Six directors are voted off the board, while chairman rules final resolutions not in compliance with the company’s articles of association

Regional focus: The Squeezed Middle Fights Back

Regional focus: The Squeezed Middle Fights Back

The midlands is often seen as the poor relation of Ireland’s regions, but given its robust manufacturing base, there are plenty of reasons to be cheerful about its future prospects, writes Leanna Byrne

Regional focus: Making the midlands work for the future

Regional focus: Making the midlands work for the future

Small and medium sized firms are the lifeblood of the midlands

Regional focus: Core strength: the leading companies across the midlands

Regional focus: Core strength: the leading companies across the midlands

Rosderra Irish Meats Turnover: €250 million Employees: 1,100 Rosderra Irish Meats is the larges...