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.

Clerys owners prepare for sale

Clerys owners prepare for sale

Talks with trade buyer under way

The week in business

The week in business

A look behind the stories with Róisín Burke

Kavanagh seeks planning for north Dublin scheme

Kavanagh seeks planning for north Dublin scheme

Property developer Greg Kavanagh is set to apply for planning permission for a substantial housing scheme in north Dublin, The Sunday Business Post understands.

Payzone sells Greek unit for €8m

Payzone sells Greek unit for €8m

Payzone, the payments company that once had sales of more than €3 billion, has completed the la...

Loyola buys Solas bar for more than €2 million

Loyola buys Solas bar for more than €2 million

l New Leopardstown Inn parent snaps up Camden Street pub

Ex Post Facto: inside business with Róisín Burke

Ex Post Facto: inside business with Róisín Burke

"It's never about the money," says author endorsed by O'Brien and Desmond ✽ I see from local r...

Indian call centre giant plans rapid expansion in Ireland with partner

Indian call centre giant plans rapid expansion in Ireland with partner

Tech Mahindra, the Indian customer services giant which is setting up a 200-person centre in Wate...

Eason hires deal advisor amid investor interest

Eason hires deal advisor amid investor interest

Bookseller Eason has hired corporate finance house IBI to advise on its future. Two investor gro...

Valuable Nama-owned site has ‘cows grazing on it’

Valuable Nama-owned site has ‘cows grazing on it’

A Kildare business group has hit out at the IDA, saying that 220 acres of Nama-owned land with po...

The Dublin native behind Katy Perry’s Super Bowl spectacular

The Dublin native behind Katy Perry’s Super Bowl spectacular

One rainy night two decades ago, Baz Halpin was hanging lights in Cork for a Guinness promotion. ...

Irish serial entrepreneur winds up Dubai venture

Irish serial entrepreneur winds up Dubai venture

Serial entrepreneur Paul Kenny, who sold his last business for €30 million, is shutting his latest venture due to funding issues.

Skillpages sold out of liquidation to British buyer

Skillpages sold out of liquidation to British buyer

Intellectual property of troubled firm bought for undisclosed sum

McEniff’s betting firm sees sales rocket

McEniff’s betting firm sees sales rocket

The listed online sports and casino betting operation run by hotel heir Sean McEniff has reported...

Asia’s richest man expands empire into Ireland

Asia’s richest man expands empire into Ireland

The multibillionaire who controls Three Mobile has opened a $2 billion business in Dublin as his giant conglomerate moves to break into the aviation market, according to industry sources.

Ganley’s Rivada set to close new funding round of $50 million

Ganley’s Rivada set to close new funding round of $50 million

Galway entrepreneur Declan Ganley’s US company Rivada, where board members include former senio...