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.

Flender looking at expansion into eastern Europe and Spain

Flender looking at expansion into eastern Europe and Spain

Flender, a peer-to-peer lending start-up backed by Ding founder and Esat Digifone co-founder Mark...

All to play for

All to play for

Grace Dyas brought former Gate Theatre boss Michael Colgan’s behaviour to light with one explosive blog post. She says she won’t stop exposing abusers of power until Ireland is an entirely safe space

Network without end

Network without end

Is wifi more important than sex? To some people, yes it is - and that’s where US firm Belkin comes in

This week

This week

Procession of Light, Festival of Politics, Sunset Boulevard and a new pop art show

Popertee plans to pop up Stateside

Popertee plans to pop up Stateside

Start-up raising €2 million for expansion

How should start-ups deal with late payments frustration?

How should start-ups deal with late payments frustration?

Unpaid invoices can add up over time and lead to major losses, writes Leanna Byrne

Apple goes offshore shopping

Apple goes offshore shopping

Apple has denied the claim that it moved profits from Ireland to reduce its tax bill

This week

This week

Dress up Timeless luxury is very much a Louise Kennedy offering, and ahead of the festive season ...

Trinity says Colgan’s honorary doctorate is under review

Trinity says Colgan’s honorary doctorate is under review

A spokeswoman for Trinity College said the university hoped an independent inquiry would be conducted into all the complaints and allegations against Colgan

As Dublin flagship store opens, Remus Uomo plans growth

As Dublin flagship store opens, Remus Uomo plans growth

The company, which has been in business for three generations, is opening a new franchise in Nottingham this week.

PepsiCo moves $1bn from Ireland to Bermuda

PepsiCo moves $1bn from Ireland to Bermuda

Multinational prepares to wind up two solvent Irish subsidiaries ahead of Caribbean cash move

Vocavio raises €1.5 million for Florida expansion

Vocavio raises €1.5 million for Florida expansion

Trinity tech spin-out aims to pick up ‘sizeable contracts’

Ad expert gives industry a dressing down over digital misadventures

Ad expert gives industry a dressing down over digital misadventures

As digital marketing agencies chase statistics on clickthroughs and brand exposure, advertising expert and vice-chairman of Ogilvy UK Rory Sutherland warns that digital’s impact could be overrated

Firms to watch for in Tel Aviv

Firms to watch for in Tel Aviv

Mobileye was acquired by Intel for an eye watering $15.3 billion

Investors, start-ups slate share option scheme

Investors, start-ups slate share option scheme

The Key Employee Engagement Programme, or ‘Keep’ for short, was introduced three weeks ago