Post Editors

Post Editors

Theresa May is the author of her own awful misfortune

Theresa May is the author of her own awful misfortune

For decades, historians and politicians have broadly agreed that the worst British prime minister...

Salesforce jobs: good news, with some challenges

Salesforce jobs: good news, with some challenges

Even an elementary horizon scan would tell you Ireland’s inward investment model is under threa...

SBP editorial: The hard lessons of Anglo, ten years on

SBP editorial: The hard lessons of Anglo, ten years on

As the global equity markets tank and Irish property stocks suffer severe sell-offs, one could be...

SBP editorial: The Abbey needs an identity check

SBP editorial: The Abbey needs an identity check

Anyone who has ever watched an Oscars ceremony will know that acting is not a profession where un...

Apple’s troubles reflect wider tech vulnerabilities

Apple’s troubles reflect wider tech vulnerabilities

Apple’s share slide last week was astounding to watch. At one point, the decline in its market ...

The national debt is not surplus to requirements

The national debt is not surplus to requirements

At a staggering €200 billion, Ireland’s national debt is a significant millstone around the c...

SBP editorial: Artificial intelligence threat to jobs is real

SBP editorial: Artificial intelligence threat to jobs is real

History is littered with wide-eyed predictions about how technology will transform both our lives...

SBP editorial: Robinson and the UAE

SBP editorial: Robinson and the UAE

The United Nations has painted a grim and harrowing picture of the current human rights situation...

Precariously balanced on the shoulders of a few tech giants

Precariously balanced on the shoulders of a few tech giants

The dominance of multinationals on the Irish property market continues apace. Last week, Google a...

The feminine touch

The feminine touch

Dazzle the woman in your life with these glittering presents

Dangerous days lie ahead for Ireland as chaos continues

Dangerous days lie ahead for Ireland as chaos continues

For more than a century, the maxim that governed Anglo-Irish relations was ‘England’s difficu...

IBRC commission needs to get a move on with its work

IBRC commission needs to get a move on with its work

On and on and on we go. When will it end? No one really seems to know. Well, to be exact, the lat...

SBP editorial: Chinese tremors have implications for our fortunes

SBP editorial: Chinese tremors have implications for our fortunes

The arrest of the chief financial officer of a mobile phone company wouldn’t ordinarily be rega...

SBP editorial: Little time to avert a very British disaster

SBP editorial: Little time to avert a very British disaster

Our government has been hoping all along for a soft Brexit. Its central case scenario is for a tr...

Signs not good for probe into IBRC and Siteserv

Signs not good for probe into IBRC and Siteserv

The Commission of Investigation into Irish Bank Resolution Corporation (IBRC) was due to report o...