Róisín Burke

Róisín Burke

Roisin Burke is Senior Business Correspondent with The Sunday Business Post and pens the Week in Business column. Burke joined the newspaper in 2014 from the Sunday Independent, where she was a business reporter for the past four years. She previously worked at the Sunday Tribune and the Sunday Times. Burke holds a degree in Spanish and English from NUI Galway and a Masters in Journalism from the Dublin Institute of Technology.

Frankie Sheahan business interests valued at zero in bankruptcy

Frankie Sheahan business interests valued at zero in bankruptcy

Sheahan was adjudicated bankrupt last month with €3.53 million in debt

Nama site earmarked for maternity hospital withdrawn for IDA use

Nama site earmarked for maternity hospital withdrawn for IDA use

Nama first offered the empty site at the Elm Park business campus in 2010

The week in business

The week in business

A look behind the stories with Róisín Burke

Dublin Port eyeing cruise-liner traffic

Dublin Port eyeing cruise-liner traffic

€600m plan to result in buoyant tourism

The week in business

The week in business

A look behind the stories with Róisín Burke

Sean Mulryan’s ‘gunslinger’ now turns peacemaker to family companies

Sean Mulryan’s ‘gunslinger’ now turns peacemaker to family companies

He’s advised the Bamfords, the Anheuser-Busch group and Mulryan. Now Paul Keogh is establishing an office advising Irish family dynasties

‘First lady of racing’ leaves almost €6 million in will

‘First lady of racing’ leaves almost €6 million in will

Jacqueline O’Brien passed away in March 2016 aged 89

British investor takes 14.7 per cent stake in Escher Group

British investor takes 14.7 per cent stake in Escher Group

Escher is backed by Bacchantes, a Smurfit family wealth fund

Who’s brewing up expansion in Dublin bars?

Who’s brewing up expansion in Dublin bars?

Róisín Burke looks at some of the most active players in the capital's pub market

‘I’m non-executive everywhere, is the way to describe me’

‘I’m non-executive everywhere, is the way to describe me’

Richard Burrows made his name in Irish Distillers before serving as governor of Bank of Ireland. Now he has just delivered a ‘vintage year’ as chairman of British American Tobacco

Leinster retailer Sports Savers closes with loss of 80 jobs

Leinster retailer Sports Savers closes with loss of 80 jobs

Staff were told last week that the shops were shutting

Octopus plans 12 new primary care centres

Octopus plans 12 new primary care centres

First centre launched in Mullingar with next one in Crumlin due to come on stream next month

Gleeson’s €9m debt pile revealed in legal row

Gleeson’s €9m debt pile revealed in legal row

Majority shareholders in the group claim chief executive has a debt exposure of €9m and used a company credit card to travel to New York, London and Spain

The week in business

The week in business

A look behind the stories with Róisín Burke

Top Coke exec met Noonan on sugar tax

Top Coke exec met Noonan on sugar tax

Irial Finan met twice with Noonan last year to press him on levy