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.

New heights: Marlet submits plan for €250 million 21-storey tower

New heights: Marlet submits plan for €250 million 21-storey tower

If approved it will be one of the tallest residential buildings in the city, availing of the government’s revised caps on heights in some urban areas

Profile: Dermot Bannon: The house always wins

Profile: Dermot Bannon: The house always wins

Ireland's king of property porn profiled

Developer to submit new planning application for Iveagh Markets building

Developer to submit new planning application for Iveagh Markets building

Dublin City Council has been seeking to repossess the historic Liberties building which is in a parlous state of dereliction

Tactical decisions for the FAI

Tactical decisions for the FAI

John Delaney’s ‘near midnight’ resignation as FAI chief executive didn’t set a great tone for a sporting body in the throes of major reform. But the question is, who can?

Ulster Bank compounds €40 million interest rate mistake with further correction

Ulster Bank compounds €40 million interest rate mistake with further correction

The bank has written to customers in recent weeks enclosing cheques and advising them that their original compensation was incorrect

Stake of Galway Clinic linked to bitter row goes on the market

Stake of Galway Clinic linked to bitter row goes on the market

A 25 per cent stake in the Galway arm of the Blackrock Clinic hospital group has been put on the ...

Over half a dozen developers to bid on €125 million Irish Glass Bottle site

Over half a dozen developers to bid on €125 million Irish Glass Bottle site

Nama seeking to have a bidder shortlist before end of year

Teneo boss Kelly seeks damages over $19m home in Hamptons

Teneo boss Kelly seeks damages over $19m home in Hamptons

PR supremo and former Clinton adviser Declan Kelly is seeking over $1.28 million in damages in a dispute related to his East Hamptons home in the US, documents filed with the US courts show

McFeely’s assets to be sold as Priory Hall rebuild cost hits €52m

McFeely’s assets to be sold as Priory Hall rebuild cost hits €52m

The office of the state’s bankruptcy assignee Chris Lehane confirmed that a number of assets linked to the former IRA hunger striker’s bankruptcy were being sold soon

The Sunday Interview: Ray Coyne of Dublin Bus

The Sunday Interview: Ray Coyne of Dublin Bus

Dublin Bus chief executive Ray Coyne is more than ready for the challenge of introducing the ambitious and controversial BusConnects public transport strategy for the capital

Heraty’s CPL seeing a Brexit boost

Heraty’s CPL seeing a Brexit boost

Firms eyeing Ireland for access to EU after UK's departure

VideoElephant goes large as it expands into Australia and  New Zealand

VideoElephant goes large as it expands into Australia and New Zealand

Smurfit-backed video broker amasses massive clips database

Wetherspoon boss plans Irish expansion

Wetherspoon boss plans Irish expansion

Pub group to open up to 30 outlets in Ireland

Deliveroo is defeated in bid to give ‘self-employed’ workers holidays and sick pay

Deliveroo is defeated in bid to give ‘self-employed’ workers holidays and sick pay

Takeaway firm’s delivery riders typically earn €10 per hour

Garda fraud unit in crackdown on car traders across the capital

Garda fraud unit in crackdown on car traders across the capital

“The purpose of these inspections was to identify and take enforcement action against dealers who mislead consumers in the sale of crashed and/or clocked cars,” said the Competition and Consumer Protection Commission