Musgrave is investing €8.2 million in an expansion of its Dublin logistics centre it says will create 145 permanent and temporary jobs

Musgrave, the Cork-headquartered retail and wholesaling group, is investing €8.2 million in an expansion of its Dublin logistics centre it says will(...)

Isolde Johnson and Sarah O’Connor of The Cool Bean Company

The desire to be your own boss is generally the main driving force behind most people’s decision to set up their own business, and it’s a desire th(...)

14-18 Aston Quay, Dublin 2: the purchaser  will get a net return of around 8 per cent

An overseas investor has exchanged contracts to buy three shops, including a SuperValu store, and a fitness centre overlooking O’Connell Bridge in D(...)

More than three in four people said they were planning to spend up to €20 per person on Christmas dinner alone.

Irish consumers plan to ring in the end of austerity with a €528 million splurge on food and drink this Christmas.That’s according to new research by (...)

RTÉ 2fm presenters Jenny Greene  and Nicky Byrne.

Supermarket chain Aldi is to sponsor 2fm’s The Nicky Byrne Show with Jenny Greene in a 14-month agreement understood to be worth about €300,000.The la(...)

Kieron and Claire Moran of Moran’s Homestore, who make jams and preserves, are among the 30 small food businesses progressing to the advanced level of Food Academy

Minister for Agriculture Simon Coveney said today that the 200 small food producers who have participated in Food Academy, a Bord Bia, SuperValu and L(...)

Joint agents Bannon and Lisney are to seek in excess of €50 million for the grocery-led centres in Dungarvan, Thurles, Mullingar, Navan and Cashel which are to be sold in a single lot.

Five relatively small provincial shopping centre are to be offered for sale on the instructions of Nama. Joint agents Bannon and Lisney are to seek in(...)

Silence in the slaughterhouse: protests at 14 of Ireland’s largest meat processing plants were intended to put the squeeze on the biggest family-run firms in the sector

Like Neville Chamberlain waving a copy of the Munich Agreement with Germany in 1938, Minister for Agriculture Simon Coveney appears to believe he has (...)

The “reputational damage” suffered by Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) and its Ulster Bank subsidiary in the wake of the financial crash was “self inflicted”, a senior RBS executive admitted yesterday.

The “reputational damage” suffered by Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) and its Ulster Bank subsidiary in the wake of the financial crash was “self inflict(...)

A total of 143,000 listeners have “moved the dial” to Pat Kenny’s show on Newstalk while Seán O’Rourke, who replaced him on RTÉ Radio 1 now has 295,000 listeners, down from an audience of 334,000 recorded a year earlier.

RTÉ Radio 1 is losing listeners across its daytime schedule, the latest snapshot of the radio market shows, while Newstalk continues to make gains and(...)