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.

Internal rows at OpenHydro faces into liquidation Protected disclosure made by five key managers

Internal rows at OpenHydro faces into liquidation Protected disclosure made by five key managers

OpenHydro, the tidal energy business that collapsed last week, has been embroiled in a series of ...

Barrington: ‘Blocking my re-election is total nonsense’

Barrington: ‘Blocking my re-election is total nonsense’

‘I work 24/7,’ says Hibernia Reit boss, who insists he can juggle board positions

Jailed Conlon asks Swiss court to release him into house arrest

Jailed Conlon asks Swiss court to release him into house arrest

A large part of former Ammado boss Peter Conlon’s day is spent in a sparse eight square metre prison cell with barred windows

Mayo building family matriarch leaves €27m

Mayo building family matriarch leaves €27m

Beatrice Durkan, the wife of developer Bill Durkan, has left €26.9 million in her will, probate records show

The Downes dozen: Sure boss will back 12 Irish firms with €1m each

The Downes dozen: Sure boss will back 12 Irish firms with €1m each

Millionaire mobile app entrepreneur sees ‘massive’ investment opportunity in augmented reality and internet of things technology

Uncertainty over €20 million needed to fund Galway 2020

Uncertainty over €20 million needed to fund Galway 2020

Galway won out over other locations to be European Capital of Culture in 2020, hosting a major year-long programme of hundreds of events, performances and initiatives 'which will leave the West of Ireland transformed', organisers promise

Council appeals watchdog ruling on Cliffs of Moher car park files

Council appeals watchdog ruling on Cliffs of Moher car park files

The local authority is appealing to the High Court a decision by the Information Commissioner to allow the release of some records relating to visitors to the top tourist attraction that it argues are commercially sensitive

Róisín Burke on Business

Róisín Burke on Business

Jamie Heaslip pivots towards a healthy new career with plans to move into tech and wellbeing

Tax, wages and youth football funds owed as Bray Wanderers struggle

Tax, wages and youth football funds owed as Bray Wanderers struggle

The club was unable to pay wages for players and management last week and issued a statement saying that it was unable to guarantee wages until the end of the season and that players were free to secure employment elsewhere

Legal battle between makers of Love/Hate returns to court

Legal battle between makers of Love/Hate returns to court

W2 claims Octagon diverted up to €50 million of funds out of firm where all were shareholders

Profile Nial Ring: Proving his metal

Profile Nial Ring: Proving his metal

Factfile Age: 59 Appearance: open-neck-shirted ‘man of the people’; on mayoral duty, suited a...

Return to form for Mean Fiddler maverick as he eyes US ventures

Return to form for Mean Fiddler maverick as he eyes US ventures

The Waterford-born international music promoter and venue owner behind festivals from Glastonbury...

Communicorp seeks to stop FoI release about Irish Times ban

Communicorp seeks to stop FoI release about Irish Times ban

Communicorp, the Denis O’Brien-owned radio group, is fighting the release of documents that wou...

Comer brothers in $47m compensation claim over delays to Uganda scheme

Comer brothers in $47m compensation claim over delays to Uganda scheme

A company owned by Galway-born developer brothers Luke and Brian Comer is seeking $47 million in ...

Flender ramps up funding to be in league of its own

Flender ramps up funding to be in league of its own

Heaslip takes share in company he also uses