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.

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

Emerald courts operators for Copper Face Jacks in proposed acquisition

Emerald courts operators for Copper Face Jacks in proposed acquisition

Several well-known club and pub operators in Dublin have been approached by Emerald to discuss running the legendary nightclub and a sales process is at an advanced stage.

Meet Ireland’s beef barons

Meet Ireland’s beef barons

Why are Ireland’s meat processing moguls so shy and retiring? As farmer resentment explodes int...

Egan’s UK fracking venture steps up checks after tremors

Egan’s UK fracking venture steps up checks after tremors

The UK Oil & Gas Authority advised that it was suspending works at Cuadrilla Resources' Lancashire venture following a record tremor measuring 2.9 on the Richter scale last Monday

Former developer sues Nama over lost property empire

Former developer sues Nama over lost property empire

Joe O’Donovan had a large property empire comprising pubs, a shopping centre, retail outlets and residential property

Tiktok chooses Ireland for European growth push

Tiktok chooses Ireland for European growth push

Owned by $75 billion Chinese tech giant Bytedance, Tiktok has fast become one of the world’s most downloaded apps

Richmond Homes to pay €42m for north Dublin site with potential for 1,700 homes

Richmond Homes to pay €42m for north Dublin site with potential for 1,700 homes

Richmond Homes, the €300 million-backed developer, has won out as preferred bidder to acquire a...

Beaumont Hospital board flags 'financial predicaments'

Beaumont Hospital board flags 'financial predicaments'

The hospital board’s chairman Enda Connolly called on the HSE to address four key challenges at the large north Dublin acute hospital

US judge threatens $15 million judgment in Liberian dispute

US judge threatens $15 million judgment in Liberian dispute

Judge Paul S Diamond of the Philadelphia District Court said he would enter the judgment against Garrett Kelleher if a settlement between his side and Cigna Worldwide was not reached by the end of September

Trump trolls in all directions as the markets plummet

Trump trolls in all directions as the markets plummet

He threatened raising taxes on French wines in retaliation for tax moves on US tech firms, and signalled his wish to bring Russia back into the G7 following its expulsion after the invasion of Crimea in early 2014

The Sunday Interview: Nick Munier on restaurants and resilience

The Sunday Interview: Nick Munier on restaurants and resilience

Restaurateur Nick Munier’s career has been a rollercoaster, with highs including starting the successful Pichet restaurant and appearing on Masterchef and lows such as the ill-fated Avenue venture. Now he’s back with Le Perroquet, a French-style bistro

Tipp business dream team backing GAA

Tipp business dream team backing GAA

Fans are likely to be still celebrating after Tipperary’s Liam McCarthy Cup win at Croke park l...

Locals initiate legal battle over Bartra’s Bulloch Harbour plan

Locals initiate legal battle over Bartra’s Bulloch Harbour plan

Dalkey residents challenge granting of planning permission for controversial development

Click.ie investigated by Facebook following consumer complaints

Click.ie investigated by Facebook following consumer complaints

Tech giant investigating whether the selling page for website violates its ad policies