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 cinema mogul, the nightspot and the €67.5m judgment

The cinema mogul, the nightspot and the €67.5m judgment

The plan was to make a quick killing on a prime Dublin pub. But things soon went wrong for Tom Anderson and his investment partners

Cardinal virtues: Private equity star John Dolan of Cardinal Capital Group interviewed

Cardinal virtues: Private equity star John Dolan of Cardinal Capital Group interviewed

Bargains might be thinner on the ground now that the economy has recovered, but there are still exciting opportunities for private equity companies, says John Dolan of Cardinal Capital Group

Flender kicks off new funding drive as it hits €10 million in lending

Flender kicks off new funding drive as it hits €10 million in lending

Flender, the peer-to-peer lender backed by former Irish rugby international Jamie Heaslip, has hi...

Vikings firm’s finances set to be aired in court

Vikings firm’s finances set to be aired in court

Ongoing battle between Octagon shareholders

Moriarty Tribunal still racking up bills 22 years later

Moriarty Tribunal still racking up bills 22 years later

Legacy costs from the Moriarty Tribunal are still live, details given in answer to questions from...

PR boss defends Monsanto work

PR boss defends Monsanto work

The Dubliner who leads global PR giant FleishmanHillard has defended his firm’s work with Monsa...

Carlyle Cardinal invests upwards  of €15 million to expand City Bin

Carlyle Cardinal invests upwards of €15 million to expand City Bin

Carlyle Cardinal Ireland, the private equity fund behind investments in companies including Lily ...

Boyle Sports takes a punt on British bookies chain

Boyle Sports takes a punt on British bookies chain

BoyleSports, Ireland’s largest independent bookmaker, has entered the British retail market wit...

The letters: Sports Ireland sought answers three times from the FAI and slammed association’s 'disappointing' response

The letters: Sports Ireland sought answers three times from the FAI and slammed association’s 'disappointing' response

Ahead of Minister Shane Ross’s stakeholder forum on the future of soccer at the this Friday, we reveal the full extent of the robust correspondence with the FAI as Sport Ireland sought to bring it to heel over its serious concerns

Struggle to normalise black hair is a race that’s not yet run

Struggle to normalise black hair is a race that’s not yet run

Emma Dabiri’s experiences with having hair that 'has been disappointing people since my birth' infuse Don’t Touch My Hair with a cold fury that enlivens her well-researched text and well-argued discourse

Lowry to defend legal action over fees

Lowry to defend legal action over fees

The case is being taken by Kami Consultancy, a firm linked to family members of Denis O’Connor. O’Connor was Lowry’s accountant for many years and advised him during the Moriarty Tribunal

Probe of FAI relates to ‘substantial’ issues, warned Sport Ireland

Probe of FAI relates to ‘substantial’ issues, warned Sport Ireland

Letters flew between the FAI and Sport Ireland in the weeks after the controversial €100,000 loan by chief executive John Delaney to the FAI was revealed by the Sunday Times on March 18

Róisín Burke on Business

Róisín Burke on Business

The IDA is set to embrace the joys of open-plan office space

Cork City Council more amenable to high-rise, says property developer

Cork City Council more amenable to high-rise, says property developer

The developer of two high-rise builds in Cork city has said that the local authority has not been...

Moneylender hopes to derail changes to loan law

Moneylender hopes to derail changes to loan law

Amigo Loans, the moneylender charging nearly 50 per cent interest rates on its loans, is seeking ...