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.

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

Profile: Caroline Downey

Profile: Caroline Downey

Hozier business working out?

Murphy's Law: entrepreneur reveals extent of business interests

Murphy's Law: entrepreneur reveals extent of business interests

Businessman and adviser to Derek Quinlan tells all in new book.

Revealed: who got vital face time with Noonan ahead of Budget 2015

Revealed: who got vital face time with Noonan ahead of Budget 2015

Hedge fund bosses, multinational chiefs, the American Chamber and drinks’ industry lobbyists were among those added to minister’s busy diary.

Battle for Blackrock as Goodman ups his stake to 55% in hospital

Battle for Blackrock as Goodman ups his stake to 55% in hospital

The beef magnate was the successful bidder for another 28 per cent stake in the private hospital group in Dublin.

Draw of the docklands

Draw of the docklands

CHQ has never quite fulfilled its promise of being a landmark building in Dublin's Docklands, writes Roisin Burke.

McManus and Saliba battle for Adare Manor

McManus and Saliba battle for Adare Manor

Two rival bidders are in the running for the five-star Adare Manor as a new wave of overseas money trains its sights on Irish hotel assets.

Developer McNamara's creditors are asked to declare their interest

Developer McNamara's creditors are asked to declare their interest

Creditors of developer Bernard McNamara have been asked to declare their interest by the start of November, a notice posted in the press last Friday said.

New €1bn fund will back Irish developers

New €1bn fund will back Irish developers

By Róisín Burke A Swiss and British-based fund has teamed up with Irish partners to provide an alternative to banks and finance housing development here. Aalto Invest, founded by two ex Morga

Harvey Norman Ireland boss frustrated' with landlord IBRC

Harvey Norman Ireland boss frustrated' with landlord IBRC

IBRC branded stubborn and uncommercial.

Property fund bosses question Nama's role as developer

Property fund bosses question Nama's role as developer

Two major property investors have expressed reservations about Nama's conversion from toxic loan handler to development force.

Dublin bars finally get their buzz back

Dublin bars finally get their buzz back

The era of the superpub is well and truly over, replaced by a wave of craft beer bars that cater for the discerning drinker.