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.

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 ...

Builder Morrissey lodges case against Goldman Sachs company

Builder Morrissey lodges case against Goldman Sachs company

Developer John Morrissey has lodged a High Court case against a Goldman Sachs vehicle in a disput...

Amazon and government in talks on EU Vat reform

Amazon and government in talks on EU Vat reform

Amazon sought the Irish government’s view on a major EU tax policy reform move that would make ...

Cork’s Festival Crew eyes up greener fields

Cork’s Festival Crew eyes up greener fields

Firm to go nationwide before hitting Britain

The Trump effect at Doonbeg

The Trump effect at Doonbeg

Membership is 80 per cent international, mainly Americans, and 20 per cent Irish

Lone Star chases Abrakebabra boss Beere for €220k

Lone Star chases Abrakebabra boss Beere for €220k

Spike in debt cases before High Court as year draws to a close

Doyle heir will appeal rejection of Mount Merrion development

Doyle heir will appeal rejection of Mount Merrion development

David Doyle, who owns the site, has submitted an appeal to An Bord Pleanála

Wealth firm Kestrel amasses €200 million in managed assets

Wealth firm Kestrel amasses €200 million in managed assets

l Firm moving to fee-based service, not proprietary products

Regulator queries Radio Nova deal

Regulator queries Radio Nova deal

Radio Nova’s chief executive Kevin Branigan said it had asked for more commercial information and detail about the Dublin radio market in general

'Service and standards' key in food and drink businesses

'Service and standards' key in food and drink businesses

As one of the Musgrave Group’s bigger Dublin SuperValu owners, Luke Moriarty employs 650 people at his €50 million-plus turnover operation

Supermac’s supremo McDonagh plans more plazas and hotels

Supermac’s supremo McDonagh plans more plazas and hotels

Longford is the next stop for fast-food magnate Pat McDonagh. It’s the location for his latest ...

Missing cash at centre of Love/Hate makers’ legal row

Missing cash at centre of Love/Hate makers’ legal row

W2 Films claims millions gone from Octagon books

German healthcare giant plans Irish venture

German healthcare giant plans Irish venture

Immac Capital is believed to be poised to acquire its first Irish healthcare assets in an increasingly busy market

The reinvention of Treasury Holdings' Richard Barrett

The reinvention of Treasury Holdings' Richard Barrett

In a candid interview, the Treasury Holdings co-founder talks exclusively about the Celtic Tiger years, his friend Johnny Ronan, and Ireland’s housing crisis