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.

Irish tycoons at centre of London Irish intrigue

Irish tycoons at centre of London Irish intrigue

As one bid for the Exiles is knocked back and relegation looms, can Mick Crossan’s club find an investor to restore its fortunes? Róisín Burke reports

Ballydoyle to bring case over Labour Court working time ruling

Ballydoyle to bring case over Labour Court working time ruling

The Labour Court last week dismissed Ballydoyle’s appeal against compliance notices issued by the Workplace Relations Commissio

Tickets.ie ramps up anti-touting innovation

Tickets.ie ramps up anti-touting innovation

‘We’re getting good traction in Britain’, says chief executive

Branson not Crowley Carbon’s only fan

Branson not Crowley Carbon’s only fan

Retail magnate emerges as investor

Bailey to knock former home of fraudster Taylor

Bailey to knock former home of fraudster Taylor

The Edwardian-style house called Somerset at 19 Anglesea Road in Ballsbridge was acquired by Bailey in the 1990s

‘Buy a map of London central,’ Irish tycoon tells Trump

‘Buy a map of London central,’ Irish tycoon tells Trump

Sean Mulryan lays into Trump in embassy row

Róisín Burke on Business

Róisín Burke on Business

Billionaire Church of Scientology donor finds a genius way to make money for charity

Kavanagh says outstanding pub-related taxes are paid

Kavanagh says outstanding pub-related taxes are paid

Developer and businessman Greg Kavanagh has said he has resolved an outstanding tax matter over p...

Galway arts cinema to finally open, but legacy issues remain

Galway arts cinema to finally open, but legacy issues remain

A decade later and €3m over budget, the arthouse film centre has loose ends yet to be tied up

Fashionista McGinn drives growth at iClothing

Fashionista McGinn drives growth at iClothing

One of the sisters behind the failed online fashion retailer Opsh is driving ambitious growth pla...

Watchdog extends probe into Citywest Hotel buyout

Watchdog extends probe into Citywest Hotel buyout

The state’s competition authority has extended its examination of the mooted buyout deal at Cit...

Businessman Conlan adds to his property portfolio

Businessman Conlan adds to his property portfolio

Bridlewood, the property trust where Kildare businessman Gerry Conlan and his family are sharehol...

Flurry of submissions delays National Planning Framework

Flurry of submissions delays National Planning Framework

Business leaders in the mid-west say draft report backs further growth in 'overheating' Dublin region

Hotel chain is ‘sensitive to’ old Magdalene site

Hotel chain is ‘sensitive to’ old Magdalene site

Japanese firm Toyoko Inn, which also owns former taoiseach Charles Haughey’s former Abbeville estate, has been silent until now on concerns expressed about plans for the development

INM remains tight-lipped over IT system concerns

INM remains tight-lipped over IT system concerns

Independent News & Media has said it is not commenting on concerns expressed by the National ...