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.

Trading conditions at Arnotts still ‘volatile’, say directors

Trading conditions at Arnotts still ‘volatile’, say directors

Trading conditions at Dublin city centre store Arnotts are “volatile” and “challenging”, ...

Bar scene abuzz as buyers swoop on Ulster sell-off

Bar scene abuzz as buyers swoop on Ulster sell-off

The Dublin pub and hotel market is seething with activity. Billionaire Dermot Desmond is teamin...

Kavanagh enters Dublin pub market

Kavanagh enters Dublin pub market

Developer Greg Kavanagh has entered the Dublin pub market, two sources with knowledge of the deal...

The week in business: A look behind the stories

The week in business: A look behind the stories

Coveney comes down on the side of small business . . . and of Tesco

Colony to bid for €1 billion Dundrum Town Centre

Colony to bid for €1 billion Dundrum Town Centre

Fund wants to partner with the local developers. Colony planning to bid on any PPPs in Dublin

GAA star in ‘squabble’ over Mac Turcaill’s

GAA star in ‘squabble’ over Mac Turcaill’s

Dublin’s Brogan sues publican L’Estrange

Central Bank talks with bitcoin company collapse

Central Bank talks with bitcoin company collapse

The Central Bank’s discussions with a Dublin-headquartered bitcoin company backed by Goldman Sa...

One bidder in running for Clery’s at up to €30m tag

One bidder in running for Clery’s at up to €30m tag

One exclusive bidder has been selected by Gordon Brothers, the owner of department store Clerys. ...

Showdown as Arnotts debt owners bid for each others’ stakes

Showdown as Arnotts debt owners bid for each others’ stakes

The two warring debt owners at Arnotts will now submit rival bids for each other’s stake of the...

€5 million bill for public service parking in capital

€5 million bill for public service parking in capital

Free city centre parking for public servants costs €5 million, despite government policies aime...

Charmed by a country retreat in Co Cavan

Charmed by a country retreat in Co Cavan

Whether you prefer afternoon tea in front of a roaring fire, a dip in an outdoor pool or a walk through wooded grounds, Farnham Estate in Co Cavan is the perfect weekend escape.

The week in business: A look behind the stories

The week in business: A look behind the stories

Ryan joins attack of the drones

Slendertone company considers financial options

Slendertone company considers financial options

Bio-medical Research (BMR), the Galway company behind Slendertone, has taken on advis...

Massive discount on Nama’s €8bn fire sale loans

Massive discount on Nama’s €8bn fire sale loans

An €8.3 billion loan portfolio being auctioned by Nama is expected to fetch as little as €1.5...

The week in business

The week in business

A look behind the stories with Róisín Burke