The Blanchardstown Centre counts Penneys, Dunnes and Marks & Spencer among its retail offerings. Photograph: Paul Sherwood

The Blanchardstown Centre in west Dublin, Ireland’s biggest retail complex, will be put up for sale next month by its owner, Green Property Group. I(...)

Dunnes Stores: deal to buy two meat wholesaling businesses controlled by the family business of prominent Tipperary butcher Pat Whelan.  Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Dunnes Stores is continuing its acquisitions streak with a proposed deal to buy two meat wholesaling businesses controlled by the family business of p(...)

Three property-related businesses connected to Dunnes Stores recorded losses in the year to the end of January 2015

Three property-related businesses connected with Irish retail giant Dunnes Stores recorded losses in the year to the end of January 2015, according to(...)

The Irish rugby team stand for the national anthem. Fianna Fáil Senator Mark Daly has said the national anthem should be brought back in to copyright. File photograph: ©INPHO/Billy Stickland

The national anthem should be brought back in to copyright to avoid commercial abuse, Fianna Fáil Senator Mark Daly has said. The copyright on Amhrá(...)

Magners cider at the Clonmel factory: C&C is to add 80 jobs at the Tipperary plant after cutting 144 at Borrisoleigh, Co Tipperary, and Shepton Mallet in England

The loss of contracts with supermarket giant Dunnes Stores and another retailer are partly to blame for C&C’s decision to close a bottling plant (...)

In December, Dunnes   merged at least 16   parts of its corporate structure into one entity, Dunnes Stores Ireland Company (DSIC), which has long been an important cog in the group but never before owned all 115 stores in the State.

Dunnes Stores has executed a streamlining of its Byzantine corporate structure by centralising the previously disparate ownership of many of its Iris(...)

 Irish officials collaborating with European counterparts on whether  overseas e-retailers are using Amazon and eBay to avoid paying the State VAT on products sold to Irish consumers. Photograph: Alan Betson

Hungarian venture The Turley family has bought out US firm Fagen’s 50 per cent share of their joint venture, Ethanol Europe Renewables, says the Sun(...)

Ministers Heather Humphreys and Simon Harris with the Taoiseach and Mayor Tom Farrell on their way to Carrick O’Brien in Athlone. Photograph: Alan Betson

Taoiseach Enda Kenny spent yesterday visiting regions affected by the extensive flooding that has occurred over the past month. After criticism from(...)

Karen Gearon, shop steward of the striking Dunnes Stores workers, receiving a cheque for $1,000 from Seán Mac Bride, on behalf of the Irish-American Trade Union Coalition, in Dublin in May 1985. Photograph: Tom Lawlor

Government ministers and officials struggled during 1985 to find a way of dealing with the political controversy generated by a group of Dunnes Store(...)

JUNE: Clerys department store on O’Connell Street closes its doors for the last time. Photograph: Frank Miller

January A new year dawns with news that a long-time voice of the Irish consumer, Eddie Hobbs, is the new voice of Lucinda Creighton’s Renua.&nbs(...)