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.

Galway tycoon’s firm sued by former partner

Galway tycoon’s firm sued by former partner

A British business partner of C&F Green Energy is pursuing the company in the High Court in a...

Watchdog extends  its inquiry into CapVest acquisition

Watchdog extends its inquiry into CapVest acquisition

The Competition Authority has escalated its investigation into Valeo Foods’ bid to buy coffee a...

Irish trader investigated in Swiss foreign exchange scandal

Irish trader investigated in Swiss foreign exchange scandal

Swiss authorities have written to Irish trader Niall O’Riordan, who is one of 11 people subject...

Reinvention for pharma chief with new $40m US venture

Reinvention for pharma chief with new $40m US venture

Unicare founder and Carr Communications chairman Fergus Hoban, who sold his pharmacy chain for mi...

Ex Post Facto: with Róisín Burke

Ex Post Facto: with Róisín Burke

The show can go on for Vince Power

McManus and Irish oil tycoon consider O’Reilly estate

McManus and Irish oil tycoon consider O’Reilly estate

Irish businessman JP McManus and oil industry veteran John Kennedy are among those considering bi...

Surge in software tech jobs that are backbone of sector, says Google recruiter

Surge in software tech jobs that are backbone of sector, says Google recruiter

The chief executive of a talent hire firm that works with companies including Google, Facebook, T...

Ex Post Facto

Ex Post Facto

US ‘Cable King’ targets Digicel’s O’Brien This week, Irish American ‘Cable King’ Jo...

Jurys completes £120 million debt buyback

Jurys completes £120 million debt buyback

Budget hotel chain Jurys Inn has completed a buyback of its legacy Anglo debt, The Sunday Busines...

Nama set to auction Kelly’s €1.5 billion debt pile

Nama set to auction Kelly’s €1.5 billion debt pile

Nama plans to bring a €1.5 billion property loan book linked to developer Paddy Kelly and sever...

Ex Post Facto, with Roisin Burke

Ex Post Facto, with Roisin Burke

Mullen and Clayton reach for the big guns to find what they’re looking for.

Comer brothers plan a rival to Coolmore Stud

Comer brothers plan a rival to Coolmore Stud

Irish-born developers to invest millions in multi-site racehorse breeding venture in Ireland, Britain and France

Balls.ie courted by big-name suitors

Balls.ie courted by big-name suitors

Social sports website Balls.ie has held talks with several well known potential buyers in recent ...

Topaz boss O’Neill sells hotel stakes to Brehon Capital

Topaz boss O’Neill sells hotel stakes to Brehon Capital

Emmet O’Neill, the incoming chief executive of fuel giant Topaz, has completed the sale of his ...

Return of the king as Sean Quinn and lieutenants found new Quinn group

Return of the king as Sean Quinn and lieutenants found new Quinn group

Sean Quinn is set to return to a central role at the new Quinn manufacturing business bought by a...