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.

Róisín Burke on Business

Róisín Burke on Business

Many developer squabbles are brewing as 2019 begins. Here are some of the biggest

Rental woes pressure-cooker at Jo’Burger group revealed

Rental woes pressure-cooker at Jo’Burger group revealed

Rental pressure was a key part of the problems faced by Joe Macken’s Jo’Burger restaurant gro...

Róisín Burke on Business

Róisín Burke on Business

Fate of Cerberus-linked castles is up in the air as actor Simons’ Grand Design falls into ruin

Financial advisers take ‘code of conduct’ action against EBS

Financial advisers take ‘code of conduct’ action against EBS

Dispute over how firm claims it was required to sell products lTied agent claims activities went against Central Bank rules

Kielys want business task force on housing ‘We’re easily ten years behind in solving it’

Kielys want business task force on housing ‘We’re easily ten years behind in solving it’

Linda and Dan Kiely, the founders of the €120 million Voxpro firm, have called for the setting-...

Making the right call

Making the right call

Dan and Linda Kiely have come through tough times to make a success of their company Voxpro. Now, with partners such as Google and Stripe, they’re living the good life and planning expansion

Charity boss Conlon set for release from Swiss jail

Charity boss Conlon set for release from Swiss jail

The founder of digital charity company Ammado was convicted last month on embezzlement charges in Zurich related to the misappropriation of €3.9 million, which was due to charities but never passed on

Company backed by Desmond and Harrington wound up

Company backed by Desmond and Harrington wound up

GoS Networks, a promising mobile software company where billionaire Dermot Desmond and golfer Pad...

Dolmen row rumbles on over business earnings

Dolmen row rumbles on over business earnings

The case relates to a dispute over business earnings of around €6 million

€15 million potential funding gap at Galway 2020

€15 million potential funding gap at Galway 2020

An internal briefing note prepared for Minister for Arts Josepha Madigan said that Galway 2020 organisers advised that they may not reach their €46 million funding target

Gannon charts course for High Court in Dún Laoghaire harbour row

Gannon charts course for High Court in Dún Laoghaire harbour row

Philip Gannon, a key investor in the plan to turn the old ferry terminal at Dublin’s Dun Laoghaire harbour into a multimillion investment tech hub, is suing his former business partner, he confirmed last Friday

Providence Resources faces challenge

Providence Resources faces challenge

An Taisce believes various laws, planning and environmental regulations haven’t been properly followed in relation to licences granted by the government to Providence Resources to drill for oil off the Cork coast

New beneficial ownership rules delayed until 2019, finance department says

New beneficial ownership rules delayed until 2019, finance department says

The shake-up in beneficial ownership rules that would prevent anonymous trusts and aid transparency around asset ownership has been subject to scores of enquiries, Freedom of Information documents reveal

Forensic accountants to follow the money in €40 million Vikings TV producers’ war

Forensic accountants to follow the money in €40 million Vikings TV producers’ war

Independent experts from ‘big four’ accountancy firms EY and Grant Thornton will probe the money trail at Vikings TV series maker Octagon, as part of an ongoing High Court battle between its shareholders

Róisín Burke on Business

Róisín Burke on Business

Bullets and bras: the Ann Summers boss remembers the rare old times in Dublin