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.

Major health firm director lobbied Noonan on tax loophole

Major health firm director lobbied Noonan on tax loophole

Glencar warned minister that a clampdown on a tax loophole could impact its plans

The cost of being Mick Wallace: €1,096 a month

The cost of being Mick Wallace: €1,096 a month

TD no longer linked with many companies once associated with him

Coca-Cola’s sugary charm offensive against new tax

Coca-Cola’s sugary charm offensive against new tax

Drinks giant has met with ministers and politicians ahead of a new tax on sugary drinks

The week in business

The week in business

A look behind the stories with Róisín Burke

The week in business

The week in business

A look behind the stories with Róisín Burke

Bray Wanderers owners push for Carlisle Grounds land swap

Bray Wanderers owners push for Carlisle Grounds land swap

Stadium in heart of Bray not big enough for future, as club seeks to gain bigger site outside the town for a ‘greenfield leisure complex’

Tech tycoons back rapidly growing Corlytics start-up

Tech tycoons back rapidly growing Corlytics start-up

The new round brings investment to almost €3.5 million and will power ambitious growth phase

€4 billion Indian firm to open tech hub in Dublin

€4 billion Indian firm to open tech hub in Dublin

Tech Mahindra targeting initial 30 high-skill job hires - with ambitions to more than treble the number

Port boss: Dublin Bay studio idea to hit plan for homes

Port boss: Dublin Bay studio idea to hit plan for homes

Port land needed for growth, so studio plot can only come from Nama

Vultures lobbied Noonan on Section 110 tax loophole

Vultures lobbied Noonan on Section 110 tax loophole

Heavyweight firms contacted the Minister for Finance just days after his department moved to amend Section 110

Slendertone tones up for expected significant growth

Slendertone tones up for expected significant growth

Management gets in shape with board refresh and finance review

Former New Generation is to shelve sale of €325m property book

Former New Generation is to shelve sale of €325m property book

Multibillion fund has halted its Project Firefly sale

Film exec hits back at Dublin Port boss over €80m studio plan

Film exec hits back at Dublin Port boss over €80m studio plan

Film studios project remains on track, says Morris, in face of criticism describing plan as ‘mad’

The week in business: The young pretenders

The week in business: The young pretenders

The offspring of many of the country’s top business people will likely show their mettle – and become the names to watch out for – in 2017

Co Wexford golf course in the rough Liquidator to be appointed at St Helen’s

Co Wexford golf course in the rough Liquidator to be appointed at St Helen’s

St Helen’s Bay Golf Club, a scenic golf course that hugs the Wexford coastline, will seek to ap...