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.

Cork City Council more amenable to high-rise, says property developer

Cork City Council more amenable to high-rise, says property developer

The developer of two high-rise builds in Cork city has said that the local authority has not been...

Moneylender hopes to derail changes to loan law

Moneylender hopes to derail changes to loan law

Amigo Loans, the moneylender charging nearly 50 per cent interest rates on its loans, is seeking ...

The Bostonian with the NBP ball in his court

The Bostonian with the NBP ball in his court

David McCourt, whose consortium has been declared the preferred bidder for the National Broadband Plan, resents being dismissed as a venture capitalist and points to almost 40 years of telecoms and cable infrastructure ventures

Wiki warrior reveals motive for Irish ‘tax haven’ crusade

Wiki warrior reveals motive for Irish ‘tax haven’ crusade

The scourge of the IDA since March 2018, Britishfinance has made over 48,000 edits and created Wikipedia pages including ‘Ireland as a Tax Haven’

Róisín Burke on Business

Róisín Burke on Business

Brown Bag Films celebrates a quarter of a century as tax issue looms There was quite a bash at th...

Bankers bonuses report ‘coming soon’, says minister

Bankers bonuses report ‘coming soon’, says minister

The long-awaited report on bankers bonuses is en route, Minister Michael D’Arcy said on Friday....

Brothers fighting vulture fund’s attempts to sell debt-laden property

Brothers fighting vulture fund’s attempts to sell debt-laden property

Two brothers from a well-known Malahide retail family are fighting attempts by a vulture fund to ...

IDA chief calls for clarity on new Dublin building height rules

IDA chief calls for clarity on new Dublin building height rules

The IDA chief executive, Martin Shanahan, has called on Minister for Housing Eoghan Murphy to cla...

Deloitte earned more than €1m in FAI audit fees since 1997

Deloitte earned more than €1m in FAI audit fees since 1997

Deloitte has earned more than €1 million in fees at the organisation overseeing Ireland’s most-played sport, where it has been the independent auditor since 1997, an analysis of the association’s filed accounts shows

Giles on football trust: ‘I don’t have to justify anything’

Giles on football trust: ‘I don’t have to justify anything’

The John Giles Foundation is a non-profit organisation founded seven years ago to raise funds for grassroots football

Movie finance boss: Major productions in Ireland will double

Movie finance boss: Major productions in Ireland will double

Major rise in activity driven by hunger for content from streamers such as Apple, Disney and Netflix as government moves on budget funding promises

Irish clubs demand meeting with FAI over governance issues

Irish clubs demand meeting with FAI over governance issues

It is a ‘new low’ for Irish football as funding is pulled from FAI and vital corporate sponsors start to waver

‘We always pay,’ solicitor Kean says of Revenue case

‘We always pay,’ solicitor Kean says of Revenue case

'Things like this happen from time to time, but there is a plan in place to resolve it,' Kean said, but declined to say how much tax is at issue

Lots of bonhomie and ‘howareya’s’ but far fewer answers at FAI grilling

Lots of bonhomie and ‘howareya’s’ but far fewer answers at FAI grilling

Among the things we learned at Wednesday's Oireachtas committee were that an earlier FAI statement claiming that the entire board were aware of that €100,000 loan by Delaney to the FAI was confirmed to have been incorrect

What the Oireachtas Committee should ask the FAI

What the Oireachtas Committee should ask the FAI

There will be ‘tough questions, but due process’, says Fergus O’Dowd, ahead of the FAI’s appearance on Wednesday