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.

Cerberus trains its big guns on Ireland  play

Cerberus trains its big guns on Ireland play

Cerberus, the US private equity group chaired by former US vice president Dan Quayle, is understo...

Designer Kiely’s chance  to become big in Japan

Designer Kiely’s chance to become big in Japan

The clothing and accessories empire founded by Irish couple Orla Kiely and Dermott Rowan has won ...

Nama seeks dead developer’s bank account

Nama seeks dead developer’s bank account

Caroline Downey Published: October 26, 2014

Caroline Downey Published: October 26, 2014

Eye for talent

Twitter looks to TV future

Twitter looks to TV future

Brenda O’Connell’s job is to get Europe under Twitter’s thumb – and she wants to do it by getting yours off the red button on the TV remote, writes Roisin Burke.

Revealed: the €2 billion development plan for Cherrywood

Revealed: the €2 billion development plan for Cherrywood

The two winning bidders for the biggest piece of development land to come to market since the eco...

Former Nama boss joins vulture fund’s multimillion venture

Former Nama boss joins vulture fund’s multimillion venture

Former top Nama figure John Mulcahy has joined a major development venture in which his former em...

Irish Rail boss: we need €100m more a year or we’ll go bust

Irish Rail boss: we need €100m more a year or we’ll go bust

The chief executive of Irish Rail believes the company needs a further €100 million a year if i...

Quinn supporters set up motor insurance firm

Quinn supporters set up motor insurance firm

A trio of businessmen linked to Sean Quinn have embarked on a motor insurance venture that has re...

Ex Post Facto

Ex Post Facto

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

Topaz boss O'Neill sells hotel stakes to Brehon Capital

Topaz boss O'Neill sells hotel stakes to Brehon Capital

The incoming chief executive of fuel giant Topaz, has completed the sale of his €11 million stakes in the luxury Mount Juliet and Mount Wolseley resorts.

Oaktree Capital fund buys Harcourt Development debt

Oaktree Capital fund buys Harcourt Development debt

Global fund Oaktree Capital has acquired a debt attached to Harcourt Developments.

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 weeks

Businessman's surprise exit from Mount Juliet

Businessman's surprise exit from Mount Juliet

O'Neill swaps property for petrol pumps