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.

Dublin wealth adviser sues banker Rothschild

Dublin wealth adviser sues banker Rothschild

The Irish legal action lodged last week is the latest of several taken over commission that Dubliner Juerg von Geitz alleges he is owed for referrals of high net worth and, in some cases, high profile Irish clients

Róisín Burke on business: Measuring sport's value

Róisín Burke on business: Measuring sport's value

Health monitor firm backed by Digicel winds up with big loss

Health monitor firm backed by Digicel winds up with big loss

Motech had losses of €3.96 million, according to its last accounts, from 2017, up from €2.33 million in losses the previous year

Consumer watchdog powerless against British-registered company Click.ie

Consumer watchdog powerless against British-registered company Click.ie

The Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (CCPC), the state’s consumer protection agen...

US-Irish fund giant buys 50 per cent of City Bin

US-Irish fund giant buys 50 per cent of City Bin

It has emerged that Carlyle Cardinal, the US-Irish private equity fund, has taken a 50 per cent s...

Tech firm Everseen’s ‘digital eye’ to track transactions at 1,000 Walmart outlets

Tech firm Everseen’s ‘digital eye’ to track transactions at 1,000 Walmart outlets

The artificial intelligence technology picks up mis-scans or failures to scan goods at checkouts, an area of multibillion losses for retailers

Decobake founders’ lengthy battle  to save business comes to a bitter end

Decobake founders’ lengthy battle to save business comes to a bitter end

The founders of Decobake, a cake decoration equipment business, have failed in a long-running bat...

Liquidator seeks €2m from Swan Fruit owners

Liquidator seeks €2m from Swan Fruit owners

The liquidator of Swan Fruit, the Carlow wholesaler run by the Swan family, is seeking over €2 ...

Revenue puts ‘Flash Boy’ traders in its crosshairs with legal action

Revenue puts ‘Flash Boy’ traders in its crosshairs with legal action

High Court action lodged against flash trading operator Susquehanna after Revenue loses tax appeal ruling over corporation tax payments

Estate of POD founder Reynolds took action to bankrupt cinema magnate

Estate of POD founder Reynolds took action to bankrupt cinema magnate

Reynolds, who died suddenly last year, was owed €727,594 by holding company Altomoravia and its guarantors following a Court of Appeal ruling in Reynolds’s favour in 2017

No date set for law tackling ticket touts

No date set for law tackling ticket touts

The Above-Cost Ticket Touting Bill was introduced by Fine Gael TD Noel Rock and Fianna Fáil TD Stephen Donnelly, and its second stage was completed in the Dáil on February 21, 2019

Airbnb slams new pro-housing regulations as ‘snooper’s charter’

Airbnb slams new pro-housing regulations as ‘snooper’s charter’

Airbnb complained to a senior official at the Department of Housing earlier this year about having to police users of its platform under the new legislation

Róisín Burke on business: Seamus Fitzpatrick's D4 home

Róisín Burke on business: Seamus Fitzpatrick's D4 home

Private equity tycoon Seamus Fitzpatrick is making property-related news again in D4

Irresistible PR force: Declan Kelly profile

Irresistible PR force: Declan Kelly profile

Love him or loathe him, Kelly has been one of the most successful business people to come out of Ireland

Viagogo boss warns of threat to jobs if anti-ticket touting law is not clear

Viagogo boss warns of threat to jobs if anti-ticket touting law is not clear

100 new jobs in Limerick in danger, says reselling platform