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.

The Week in Business

The Week in Business

A look behind the stories with Róisín Burke

Meet Ireland’s new €200 million money men

Meet Ireland’s new €200 million money men

With €200 million to spend, Canadian finance house Timbercreek is the latest newcomer to roll the dice on Ireland’s recovery

Biscuit maker raises €1.75m, high-profile investors chip in

Biscuit maker raises €1.75m, high-profile investors chip in

East Coast Bakehouse’s existing shareholders includes a range of well known business names

Iveagh Trust to launch €10 million Dublin social housing scheme

Iveagh Trust to launch €10 million Dublin social housing scheme

The trust was founded by the Guinness family

James Whelan: ‘Dunnes has allowed us to grow,develop and flourish’

James Whelan: ‘Dunnes has allowed us to grow,develop and flourish’

The craft meat retailer and wholesaler acquired by Dunnes Stores last year

Hope for Glen of the Downs Golf Club but rescue bid needs more backers

Hope for Glen of the Downs Golf Club but rescue bid needs more backers

Around 200 members are understood to be prepared to back the bid

Galway fintech pioneer ramps up new payment venture

Galway fintech pioneer ramps up new payment venture

Priviti promises unique technology for fraud prevention in online payments

The week in business

The week in business

A look behind the stories with Róisín Burke

The old and new faces to watch in the hotel market

The old and new faces to watch in the hotel market

Investors are again piling into the sector as profits rocket, says Róisín Burke

Checking in and cashing out

Checking in and cashing out

Stronger air links with North America have made high-end hotels seriously profitable, and analysts say the buyers who got them cheap could be about to make a killing

The week in business

The week in business

A look behind the stories with Róisín Burke

AIB to sell off Nestor stores in Galway

AIB to sell off Nestor stores in Galway

Portfolio comprising three SuperValu supermarkets and a Centra convenience store put on the market

Irish TV buyer plans gradual relaunch

Irish TV buyer plans gradual relaunch

Elgin Loane, the owner of the Irish Post, is also looking at launching a website

Shane Ross joins objectors to building around former PV Doyle home

Shane Ross joins objectors to building around former PV Doyle home

Ross is one o​f more than 100 opponents to the plan by Doyle’s son David for a site in south Co Dublin

The week in business

The week in business

A look behind the stories with Róisín Burke