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.

Warburg Pincus considers investing in Irish distressed mortgage solution

Warburg Pincus considers investing in Irish distressed mortgage solution

Private equity giant Warburg Pincus has looked at the possibility of getting involved in a distre...

Former FAI director linked to firm that took over Delaney company loans

Former FAI director linked to firm that took over Delaney company loans

Karl Heffernan, the FAI’s former commercial director, is named in company documents at Pillarview Limited, which took over more than €620,000 in Bank of Ireland loans made to a company with links to Delaney and three business partners

Top game designer Romero in gender discrimination claim against UL

Top game designer Romero in gender discrimination claim against UL

Brenda Romero is believed to have made a protected disclosure under ‘whistleblower’ legislation designed to protect employees who voice concerns about claims of potential wrongdoing in the workplace

Quinlan launches new case over Santander headquarters row

Quinlan launches new case over Santander headquarters row

Developer responds to Edgeworth breach of contract claim

What’s the score at the FAI?

What’s the score at the FAI?

John Delaney’s €100,000 loan to his own employer has focused attention on how Irish football’s governing body is run, writes Róisín Burke

Panti’s bar on hold over fire safety fears

Panti’s bar on hold over fire safety fears

Penny Lane investor Bourke says required licence is ‘part of a process and the process is considerable’ and ‘arduous’

“One of our ambitions is to be a bit disruptive and have things where they’re not normally held, whether that’s on a beach or in a field”

“One of our ambitions is to be a bit disruptive and have things where they’re not normally held, whether that’s on a beach or in a field”

Galway 2020 has been heavily criticised by the city’s arts community, has lost several senior personnel and is facing a huge budget shortfall. But replacement chief executive Patricia Philbin is adamant that everything is back on track

Scientologists launch campaign against planning decision on drug rehab centre

Scientologists launch campaign against planning decision on drug rehab centre

Ireland’s first Church of Scientology funded drug addiction treatment centre is continuing its ...

British insurers sought Irish help over Brexit

British insurers sought Irish help over Brexit

The concerns of British insurers about a huge loss of business after Brexit were laid bare at a m...

Quartech aiming to buy €100m worth of homes to let out

Quartech aiming to buy €100m worth of homes to let out

Quartech, the home buy and leaseback operator is aiming to acquire in the region of €100 millio...

Ryan family sinks €2m into transport firm

Ryan family sinks €2m into transport firm

Galway travel tech specialist CitySwifter specialises in providing innovative tech data for public transport companies that improves the efficiency and service quality of urban transport systems

Callan Bacon owner eyes meaty sale option

Callan Bacon owner eyes meaty sale option

The owners of Callan Bacon, the Kilkenny-based pork processing business, have appointed advisers ...

Róisín Burke on business

Róisín Burke on business

Could Sean Mulryan be in the frame for St James’s Gate?

Bartra ramps up co-living plans despite local authority pushback

Bartra ramps up co-living plans despite local authority pushback

Bartra, the developer backed by Richard Barrett is adding further sites to its shared living ambi...

Legal challenge to €30 million McKillen apartments scheme

Legal challenge to €30 million McKillen apartments scheme

Solicitor Gerard Cosgrove won leave to seek a judicial review of An Bord Pleanála’s granting of planning for 50 apartments at the Union Café site in Mount Merrion in south Co Dublin