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.

Celtic tiger-era six star' Dunboy Castle up for sale US investor is believed to have opened negotiations

Celtic tiger-era six star' Dunboy Castle up for sale US investor is believed to have opened negotiations

West Cork's Dunboy Castle is on the market, with negotiations ongoing with an American buyer.

Profile: John and Bernie Gallagher

Profile: John and Bernie Gallagher

The discreet millionaires

McManus expected to bid for five-star Adare Manor

McManus expected to bid for five-star Adare Manor

Bidders for the Adare Manor resort include JP McManus, Lough Erne resort buyer Tony Saliba and another wealthy US investor.

Smurfit-backed tech firm ploughing ahead

Smurfit-backed tech firm ploughing ahead

A fledgling tech firm backed by Michael Smurfit’s family trust launched to market at the National Ploughing Championships last week.

The Sunday Interview: Danielle Ryan

The Sunday Interview: Danielle Ryan

Ryanair heiress and entrepreneur Danielle Ryan is taking on the worlds of film, fragrance, and publishing, all from the same building in Dublin.

NTR: blood on the carpet

NTR: blood on the carpet

The Roche family took serious abuse at the NTR agm last week, but are determined to plough ahead with controversial European investments.

O’Brien’s Digicel seeking major investment in Pacific island

O’Brien’s Digicel seeking major investment in Pacific island

Digicel is reported to be in discussions with the prime minister of the south Pacific island of Vanuatu about establishing mobile TV interests there.

3,000 more rooms needed at Dublin's inns, says hotels expert

3,000 more rooms needed at Dublin's inns, says hotels expert

Dublin needs up to 3,000 extra hotel rooms to meet rising demand.

NTR directors to meet key shareholders

NTR directors to meet key shareholders

Two of NTR’s independent directors are expected to meet with key company shareholders in an effort to resolve issues raised at the company’s AGM.

Sky’s the limit for new Fáilte Ireland chairman Cawley

Sky’s the limit for new Fáilte Ireland chairman Cawley

Ex-Ryanair linchpin brings growth savvy to Irish tourism body

Sonru wins €1.5m investment to fund expansion

Sonru wins €1.5m investment to fund expansion

Irish online video firm Sonru has secured new investment in the region of €1.5 million to fuel its expansion plans, the company confirmed last week.

Grady's surprise exit leaves Indo editorship up for grabs

Grady's surprise exit leaves Indo editorship up for grabs

The editor's job at the Irish Independent is to be advertised soon.

Galway millionaire Kenny tees up golf investment

Galway millionaire Kenny tees up golf investment

A golf start-up backed by daily deals millionaire Paul Kenny and other well-known investors is set to launch before the end of this year.

Video firm wins €1.5m funding

Video firm wins €1.5m funding

The Irish online video firm Sonru has secured new investment in the region of €1.5 million to fuel its expansion plans, the company confirmed last week.

Boardroom battle to take centre stage at NTR agm this week

Boardroom battle to take centre stage at NTR agm this week

The civil war between shareholders at NTR will move to the public stage at the company's agm in Dublin this week.