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.

‘There is a big appetite there and we’ve got the capacity to deliver’

‘There is a big appetite there and we’ve got the capacity to deliver’

Property royalty planning home building drive

Dublin city council talks with Nama developer on Tolka Park

Dublin city council talks with Nama developer on Tolka Park

Smurfit backed Moocall milks sales

Thirty to watch: Who’ll make it big in 2016?

Thirty to watch: Who’ll make it big in 2016?

An exciting year lies ahead for new and rapidly growing Irish businesses

Hundreds of ‘mis-selling’ claims alleged by ex-Anglo clients

Hundreds of ‘mis-selling’ claims alleged by ex-Anglo clients

Hundreds of former Anglo Irish Bank clients have made claims regarding alleged mis-selling and fr...

The O’Donnells fight back as they sue Bank of Ireland

The O’Donnells fight back as they sue Bank of Ireland

l Eleventh-hour bid to stay in €7m family home The children of solicitor and property develop...

Family of Japanese hoteliers are new owners of Abbeville

Family of Japanese hoteliers are new owners of Abbeville

l Nishida family owns one of the largest hotel groups in Japan. No decision yet on what to do with former taoiseach Haughey’s house and its grounds

Revealed: how Barclay brothers lobbied Lenihan and Moran

Revealed: how Barclay brothers lobbied Lenihan and Moran

l Billionaire twins contacted former finance minister and Dept of Finance head John Moran The b...

Who owns ireland and who wants to buy it

Who owns ireland and who wants to buy it

We expose the vulture funds who met with Michael Noonan to discuss buying into Ireland. Plus: new documents reveal the landlords earning millions from leasing property to the state

BoI gets €30m judgment against Smyth

BoI gets €30m judgment against Smyth

Bank of Ireland has registered a judgment against businessman Liam Smyth and several family members.

Suitors circle as speculation grows that Avoca may not pass to next generation

Suitors circle as speculation grows that Avoca may not pass to next generation

Several potential suitors are circling Irish retailer Avoca amid industry speculation that the sale of one of Ireland’s most successful family owned businesses is under consideration.

American fund in talks to buy 5,000 PTSB home loans

American fund in talks to buy 5,000 PTSB home loans

A €3 billion-backed fund has a bid under offer with Permanent TSB to buy 5,000 non-performing mortgages, and is in active discussions on further blitzed home loan acquisitions, The Sunday Business Post understands.

The week in business

The week in business

A look behind the stories with Róisín Burke

Beleaguered Bourke in battle to save his empire

Beleaguered Bourke in battle to save his empire

Pub and restaurant entrepreneur Jay Bourke is locked in last-ditch talks with ACC Bank this weekend, in an effort to oust receivers appointed to a chunk of his business empire.

Clerys owners prepare for sale

Clerys owners prepare for sale

Talks with trade buyer under way

The week in business

The week in business

A look behind the stories with Róisín Burke