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Irish retailers are facing a tough Christmas with new Covid-19 restrictions closing non-essential outlets.

The weeks ahead are going to be incredibly hard for Irish retailers who have been forced to close to contain the spread of Covid-19. They are going to(...)

Aldi is to limit the purchase of Christmas toys.

German discount retailer Aldi is to limit the number of Christmas toys customers can buy, implementing a ticketing system overseen by store marshals. (...)

A deserted Grafton Street in Dublin in March of this year. File photograph: Collins

The arbitrary nature of the distinction between “essential” and “non-essential” retailers will be exposed over the coming six weeks or so, as the Repu(...)

Figures from major Irish retailers suggest their workers are not being infected with coronavirus at a higher rate than the general population. File photograph: Alan Weller/Bloomberg via Getty Images

Figures from major Irish retailers suggest their workers are not being infected with coronavirus at a higher rate than the general population. The fig(...)

Aldi’s on-demand grocery service was launched in June with two stores taking part. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Retailer Aldi has increased the range of products available for home delivery through its partnership with Deliveroo, doubling it to more than 330 pro(...)

Devan Hughes of Buymie. Photograph:  Conor McCabe Photography.

Dunnes Stores has confirmed a move into home deliveries with a new partnership with Buymie that will see customers able to order groceries from 24 sto(...)

Walmart had been seeking an exit from Asda for some time to focus on the US and faster-growing overseas markets.

Walmart has announced the sale of a majority stake in UK supermarket chain Asda to TDR Capital and the owners of EG Group, ending a 20-year foray into(...)

Aldi and Lidl have taken market share from incumbents in European markets, but have suffered in the UK.

Has the UK reached peak Aldi? The German discount grocer and its rival, Lidl, which only sell through stores, have missed out during the pandemic as (...)

Cian O’Connor: ‘Don’t rush into a role just for the sake of it, or don’t be pressurised to have a job lined up straight away once you finish your studies.’

What did you study and when did you graduate? I completed a Master’s degree in Management and Marketing in the University College Cork where I gradua(...)

Retailers benefitted from the reopening of schools in September with sales of baked morning goods up 11% and lunch box staples like yoghurt drinks and juices growing by 17%. Photograph: iStock

Localised lockdowns in the State prompted shoppers to stock up on groceries again, with Dublin seeing the strongest growth in take-home grocery sales,(...)

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