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.

Game makers losing their patience with government

Game makers losing their patience with government

An action plan for jobs in the gaming sector made bold promises in 2011, but with Britain stealing a march on tax incentives, insiders say Ireland needs to get back in the game

Diary of IDA’s new boss: tax experts and Tipp-Ex

Diary of IDA’s new boss: tax experts and Tipp-Ex

Shanahan met lobbyists and rubbed shoulders with many of the country’s business elite

O’Donnell sues IBRC, alleging misconduct

O’Donnell sues IBRC, alleging misconduct

Bankrupt solicitor and former international property tycoon Brian O’Donnell has lodged High Cou...

Spanish firm preferred bidder for Quinn Glass

Spanish firm preferred bidder for Quinn Glass

Vidrala, the Spanish glass giant, has emerged as the preferred bidder for Quinn Glass, the most v...

Farming tech company Dairymaster  beefs up staff by 50 in bid for expansion

Farming tech company Dairymaster beefs up staff by 50 in bid for expansion

Dairymaster, the Kerry-based global farming technology company, plans to hire up to 50 people in ...

O’Brien’s superyacht: yours to hire for just €326,000 a week

O’Brien’s superyacht: yours to hire for just €326,000 a week

Telecoms and media billionaire Denis O’Brien’s yacht Nero is available for winter cruising i...

Desmond-backed diamond mine launches on Nasdaq

Desmond-backed diamond mine launches on Nasdaq

A Canadian diamond mine backed by financier Dermot Desmond launched on one of the world’s bigge...

$100m tech giant Twilio seeks an Irish home

$100m tech giant Twilio seeks an Irish home

Fast-growing voice and text service company checks out potential Dublin office locations for 50-100 staff

Ireland’s top business dynasties

Ireland’s top business dynasties

New year, old money: we take a look at what passes for royalty in Ireland – the country’s top wealthy (and, in some cases, perhaps less wealthy than they were before) business families

What Wilbur did next: the turnaround wizard plots his next Irish play

What Wilbur did next: the turnaround wizard plots his next Irish play

In an interview with The Sunday Business Post, financial titan Wilbur Ross outlines his plans for Ireland, writes Róisín Burke

Film boss chalks up expenses claims of nearly €40,000

Film boss chalks up expenses claims of nearly €40,000

Irish Film Board chief executive James Hickey spent in the region of €40,000 on hotels, taxis a...

Oaktree ramps up €1bn Dublin docklands plan

Oaktree ramps up €1bn Dublin docklands plan

Oaktree, the world’s biggest distressed asset investor, has set up what it calls a “regional...

Ronan and Mulryan wait for Nama’s Project Wave decision

Ronan and Mulryan wait for Nama’s Project Wave decision

Nama has asked for more information from some of the bidders on Project Wave, a docklands site w...

Billionaire Ross: Why I’m investing in Irish property

Billionaire Ross: Why I’m investing in Irish property

Tycoon Wilbur Ross plans to strike deals with Nama and the NPRF as part of a major investment strategy for Ireland

Credit union lobby group’s €100 million war chest

Credit union lobby group’s €100 million war chest

The body that represents most of Ireland’s credit unions will continue to build up its €108 m...