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.

IDA to spend nearly €109 million on ‘highly competitive’ Dublin office deal

IDA to spend nearly €109 million on ‘highly competitive’ Dublin office deal

The IDA’s new headquarters rental deal will cost a total of €108.75 million, The Sunday Busin...

Iveagh Markets situation ‘indefensible’, says Dublin City Council boss

Iveagh Markets situation ‘indefensible’, says Dublin City Council boss

The Iveagh Markets site, built for and gifted to the people of the Liberties by the Guinness family, is in a state of serious dilapidation while an extremely lengthy legal dispute with the developer who acquired it rages on

Tipp TD Lowry sued by former adviser’s firm for €170,000

Tipp TD Lowry sued by former adviser’s firm for €170,000

Consultancy firm claims money owed for work over several years

Salesforce throws weight behind Ronan’s high-rise docklands project

Salesforce throws weight behind Ronan’s high-rise docklands project

Salesforce country manager David Dempsey wrote a letter endorsing increased height at the development being built by Ronan’s RGRE at Spencer Place in Dublin 1

Barchester holds out for £2.5 billion

Barchester holds out for £2.5 billion

Care home giant's sale process has been ongoing since July of last year

Football players’ body contacts Oireachtas over FAI concerns

Football players’ body contacts Oireachtas over FAI concerns

The PFAI email, sent by solicitor Stuart Gilhooly, requested a meeting ahead of the FAI’s appearance before the committee 'on an informal basis to discuss the FAI and their handling of certain issues'

Search and Rescue pilots warn of safety concerns

Search and Rescue pilots warn of safety concerns

Calls for major changes to the oversight of flight operations

Living for the city

Living for the city

In a wide-ranging interview, the chief executive of Dublin City Council, Owen Keegan, talks about the homeless crisis, planning interventions, policing Airbnb and controversial land deals

City Council chief: good homeless services in Dublin create demand for them

City Council chief: good homeless services in Dublin create demand for them

Wide range of public services attracts more people to city. Economic growth has created rise in family homelessness

Challenger bank Starling to make Ireland its European HQ

Challenger bank Starling to make Ireland its European HQ

Ireland will be Starling Bank’s first operation outside the UK and marks the start of ambitious European expansion plans

Council site sold to private developer for housing still a derelict ‘eyesore’

Council site sold to private developer for housing still a derelict ‘eyesore’

Councillors voted in favour of selling 33-37 Dolphin’s Barn Street, on the corner of South Circular Road, to Malkey Ltd, a company connected with Hollybrook Homes, for €405,000 in March 2015

O’Callaghan’s neighbours get approval for extension

O’Callaghan’s neighbours get approval for extension

Media couple had objected to three-storey plan

Pilots at search and rescue service interviewed by state inspectors

Pilots at search and rescue service interviewed by state inspectors

IALPA raised a number of concerns from working hours to safety matters in detailed correspondence last year

Róisín Burke on Business

Róisín Burke on Business

Top designer Orla Kiely has broken her silence on the 2018 collapse of her retail empire

Click.ie is referred to Garda crime bureau

Click.ie is referred to Garda crime bureau

Move comes in wake of liquidator’s report