Musgrave bet big when it paid about €200 million to acquire Superquinn more than three years ago. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The three-monthly Kantar Worldpanel supermarket share figures released yesterday confirm two things. Firstly, Tesco Ireland, which fell 5.5 per cent t(...)

Ryanair climbed 3.16 % as markets continued to react positively to its launch of a business-class service. Photograph: Rui Vieira/PA Wire

The Iseq rose by a solid 0.8 per cent yesterday, as European stocks generally advanced in the final minutes of trading after remaining little changed (...)

Tesco saw its share of the market fall by 5.5 per cent in the 12 weeks ending August 17th. Photo: Reuters. Photo: Aidan Crawley

Supervalu has missed an opportunity to take over from Tesco as the largest supermarket in the State after its market share fell 0.2 per cent to 25 per(...)

Will Dublin progress to a first TG4 All-Ireland ladies senior football championship final since 2010 or can Galway end a nine-year wait?That question (...)

Fyffes was among the best performers in Dublin yesterday as investors gained in confidence that it may get its $1 billion proposed merger with Chiquita away, following a scheduled shareholders’ meeting next month. Photograph: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg

European shares eked out small gains in thin trading across the continent yesterday, but most European bourses closed off their morning highs, after (...)

Supervalu is breathing down Tesco’s neck in the race to be the Republic’s largest retailer.

Supermarket chain Tesco cut its profit forecast for the third time in three years and slashed its interim dividend by 75 per cent as tough operating (...)

Tesco, Supervalu and Marks and Spencer were among almost 40 businesses which fell foul of the National Consumer Agency (NCA) for failing to carry accu(...)

Offers in the region of €7 million are being sought for the eight-acre Butterly Business Park in Artane, Dublin 5, which is producing a gross rental i(...)

Our virtual Tesco shop of the same 30 items costs €132.64 in the Republic and €112.02 in the North, a difference of more than 20 per cent. Photograph: Carl Court/AFP/Getty Images

Earlier this summer, the Guardian asked families in seven cities, including Dublin, to do a comparable grocery shop and send in their receipts. Dub(...)

Shopping trollies can be seen chained together as part of a protest by farmers over beef prices  outside a Tesco store in Naas,  Co Kildare yesterday. Photograph: IFA via Twitter

Steps are being taken to tackle a fall in cattle prices that has angered farmers, Minister for Agriculture Simon Coveney said today. He was speaking a(...)