Thursday July 9, 2020

Two wins for the Post at Business Journalism Awards

Columnist Stephen Kinsella won best economic commentator/business analyst of the year, and executive editor Tom Lyons won best business feature of the year for his coverage of the sale of Siteserv

9th December, 2018

Journalists from The Sunday Business Post won two major prizes at the UCD Smurfit School Business Journalist Awards 2018 last week.

Columnist Stephen Kinsella won best economic commentator/business analyst of the year, and executive editor Tom Lyons won best business feature of the year for his coverage of the sale of Siteserv.

The judges felt that Kinsella’s pieces succeeded in analysing important economic and societal issues in a highly accessible manner, saying: “His columns are...

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