Retail property agents in Britain are speculating that Dunnes Stores is planning to open up to 40 more stores there

(...) editor of Checkout magazine. “Dunnes has proven itself very adept at meeting consumer demand for value in(...)

(...) cancer drugs to Novartis and bought the Swiss group‘s vaccines, while increasing its consumer health(...)

Younger age groups are gulping down their protein shakes – even though sporting governing bodies, such as the GAA and the Irish Rugby Football Union (IRFU), do not recommend them for players under 18 years of age.  Photograph: Thinkstock

(...) long-term health. While excess protein is excreted because it can’t be stored in the body, some(...)

Mrs A.J., Rathangan, wrote: “with all modern conveniences it’s a shame to hear Irish Catholic mothers talk of family planning”; Mrs A.F., Wicklow,  had nine children, four of whom had died and “every second one” of whom was “handicapped”. Her priest had told her that the laws of the Church couldn’t be changed: “Every mother will understand the heartbreak I have suffered”

(...) magazines’ consumer-driven agenda, agree (with differing emphases), that women read magazines both for(...)

 Dónal Clancy, managing director of Laya Healthcare, blamed a rise in the number and cost of claims for price rises that will apply to more an half the firm’s customers from September.

(...) and had helped minimise the increases. The Laya price increase sees it join GloHealth and Aviva in(...)

Back in the studio after his cycle into work, a more recognisable Pat Kenny returns, by turns informed, inquisitive and toe-curlingly awkward. Photograph: Frank Miller

(...) on some. The businessman and consumer advocate talks about his role as chairman of Renua, the new(...)

Ikea is offering a free kit  to consumers who bought 27 million of the furniture items above specific heights. Photograph: Justin Lane/EPA

(...) children were killed when they fell on to them. The US consumer product safety commission says consumers(...)

Sweat is a popular breeding ground for bacteria, which also colonise used towels, weights and bicycle saddles. Photograph: Thinkstock

(...)-pumping instructors who stride the blurred interface between health and beauty, moulding pliant clients into hard(...)

HoloLens, Microsoft’s next-gen holographic, interactive computing interface, may be destined for the home of the future but first it is being showcase(...)

Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg. The company is moving to improve its privacy and security policies. Photograph: Andreu Dalmau

(...) – “basically, a health check for privacy” – and a “Privacy Shortcuts” option now appears at the top of the drop(...)