Friday July 10, 2020

A million words and a changed world

This newspaper came into being as a truly independent voice. Often swimming against the tide of easy consensus, its strong journalism has been its bulwark in the most difficult of times

24th December, 2014
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November 26, 1989

The Sunday Business Post has reached the ripe young age of 25. It’s an achievement given that it has most recently weathered the worst economic time possible for a business orientated newspaper.

It all began in the Ireland of 1989, which was a very different country to the one we have today. The Ireland that The Sunday Business Post was launched into was just beginning to recover after a decade of economic turmoil. The...

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