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.

Run Angel primed for US expansion

Run Angel primed for US expansion

Founders David and Ellen Caren are eyeing a major assault on the US and other markets

New Battle of Clontarf Baths as DCC opens investigation

New Battle of Clontarf Baths as DCC opens investigation

The historic 130-year-old seawater pool was restored and the location redeveloped by Turk’s Head publican and hotelier David Cullen and his family

Saudi firm set to invest seven figure sum in Galway United

Saudi firm set to invest seven figure sum in Galway United

The buyer is a company led by Abdulrahman Al Neymer, the former vice-president of Saudi football club Al-Hilal

Setanta founder O’Rourke kicks off multimillion negotiations with TV giants

Setanta founder O’Rourke kicks off multimillion negotiations with TV giants

O’Rourke’s Premier Sports won the Irish rights for 53 live matches per season for three years

Credit union pays out €1.2 million after car prize draw ‘irregularity’

Credit union pays out €1.2 million after car prize draw ‘irregularity’

New financial accounts for Citybus, the Dublin Bus workers’ credit union, show it paid out the money in “restitution"

Former ‘big house’ with colourful history on the block

Former ‘big house’ with colourful history on the block

Professional gambler Barney Curley once put the house up as a prize in a raffle

Hines boss: €1bn Cherrywood will be a Ranelagh for 21st century

Hines boss: €1bn Cherrywood will be a Ranelagh for 21st century

Higher density means the new south Dublin development will be more like older Dublin suburbs ‘like Ranelagh or Rathmines’

Smyths Toys to start buying ex-Toys R Us stores in Britain

Smyths Toys to start buying ex-Toys R Us stores in Britain

Smyths Toys, the Galway-headquartered international retailer, will seek to snap up former Toys R ...

Irvine’s winning property formula

Irvine’s winning property formula

$50m price tag for two Miami pads

Róisín Burke on Business

Róisín Burke on Business

In Miami’s property scene, former F1 star Eddie Irvine is flying off the grid

Ronan, Kavanagh 'not investing in Bray Wanderers'

Ronan, Kavanagh 'not investing in Bray Wanderers'

The club, chaired by its main investor, Gerry Mulvey, said in budget documents prepared for its licence application that Mulvey, Kavanagh and Ronan would invest a combined €750,000 into Milway Dawn, the company that owns most of the club

Gillick Brothers get go-ahead for housing on old Chivers site

Gillick Brothers get go-ahead for housing on old Chivers site

Maurice and Andrew Gillick now plan to seek planning for the site on Dublin’s northside to build around 250 apartments and houses under new fast track planning rules

Galway cash transfer firm closes in on €1 million of funding

Galway cash transfer firm closes in on €1 million of funding

Galway fintech PiP iT will ramp up on both funding and staff this year as it takes its unique cas...

Bus workers’ credit union draw referred to the Gardaí

Bus workers’ credit union draw referred to the Gardaí

A Central Bank review of prize draws at credit unions published in March was heavily critical of a number of practices around how they were run

BWG will sell Stonehouse stake as part of 4 Aces acquisition deal

BWG will sell Stonehouse stake as part of 4 Aces acquisition deal

Competition watchdog the CCPC sought a commitment from Spar and Mace owner BWG that it would dispose of 4 Aces’ shareholding of Stonehouse Marketing as one of the binding conditions of it clearing the deal