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.

Thousands use #suemepaddy hashtag after legal threats

Thousands use #suemepaddy hashtag after legal threats

Jackson’s lawyers wrote to Labour Party Senator Aodhan O’Riordain advising of their intention to sue him over a tweet he posted (and later deleted) in relation to the trial

Galway Bay Brewery founder in poitín venture

Galway Bay Brewery founder in poitín venture

‘I’m the first generation to make it legally’

Clean energy fund aims to generate ‘half a billion’, says Irish founder

Clean energy fund aims to generate ‘half a billion’, says Irish founder

Alex O’Cinneide was in Dublin last week roadshowing the Gore Street Energy Storage Fund

Work to start on huge ‘posh hostel’ in central Dublin

Work to start on huge ‘posh hostel’ in central Dublin

Company set up by two sisters planning expansion strategy

Battle of the boozers

Battle of the boozers

The boom may be back, but casualties are predicted as Dublin’s top publicans face off in a hospitality arms race

Disruptor behind Paddy Power starts his own marketing firm

Disruptor behind Paddy Power starts his own marketing firm

Flying a 60-foot pair of green underpants high over Cheltenham racecourse (“the best seat in th...

Incentive plan for Paddy Power Betfair boss results in share sweetener of €3.15 million

Incentive plan for Paddy Power Betfair boss results in share sweetener of €3.15 million

Paddy Power Betfair chief executive Peter Jackson has been awarded millions in free shares as par...

Bartra Capital plans €400m social housing development

Bartra Capital plans €400m social housing development

Bartra director Andrew Ennis said it had amassed five development sites in Dublin for dedicated social housing

Soho House susses out potential Dublin venue

Soho House susses out potential Dublin venue

Soho House, the international private members’ club group, is scouting venues for events in Dub...

Irish rich listers Considine and Ledbetter back clean air firm

Irish rich listers Considine and Ledbetter back clean air firm

Airmid Healthgroup already has traction in US and Canada

The Post’s Cheltenham charity business bet

The Post’s Cheltenham charity business bet

We asked business leaders and equine experts to place their bets for this year’s racing festival. Here’s what they came up with . . .

Tetrarch plans major expansion project at Citywest

Tetrarch plans major expansion project at Citywest

Group plans to increase the capacity of Ireland’s biggest hotel, improve spa and conference facilities and open a concert venue at the west Dublin complex

Nama goes after luxury car firm

Nama goes after luxury car firm

Beshoff Motors is owned by Jeremy Beshoff

Kelleher secures backing for €1.2bn case against Nama

Kelleher secures backing for €1.2bn case against Nama

Shelbourne North Water Street will claim that Nama mishandled the sale of $92m worth of debt; developer expected to subpoena senior Nama officials and the liquidators of IBRC

Turkish energy company seeks Irish move

Turkish energy company seeks Irish move

A fledgling energy company backed by two of Turkey’s most powerful and influential business fam...