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BWG is a customer of ESB’s Smart Energy Services business unit, which has already delivered energy-saving projects for more than 300 large businesses across Ireland and the UK.

BWG Foods, the owner in Ireland of Spar and Mace, boosted group sales by more than 3 per cent to €874 million in the six months to the end of March. (...)

European Commission is investigating a complaint that Ireland gives illegal state aid to health insurer, VHI.

The European Commission is investigating a complaint that Ireland gives illegal state aid to health insurer, VHI, writes the Sunday Times. The VHI is (...)

Leo Crawford, Group CEO, BWG Group, outside the relaunched SPAR Millennium Walkway store in Dublin City Centre.

Leo Crawford, the chief executive of Spar operator BWG, will share in a €56 million payout with two of his fellow directors in January, when the group(...)

Social distancing measures in place at a Eurospar outlet in Cobh, Co Cork. Photograph: John Allen

Spar owner BWG saw sales of gardening products surpass €1 million over the past eight weeks as consumers sought out alternative locations to shop whe(...)

Riverside One extends to 110,000sq ft and is occupied by Irish law firm McCann FitzGerald

Irish property company Iput has moved to consolidate its ownership of the headquarters of one of Ireland’s top law firms with a deal to acquire a 29.2(...)

Leo Crawford, group chief executive of BWG Group. The payments represent a remarkable turnaround for his management team

The three most senior executives in BWG Foods, owner of the Spar franchise in Ireland, will share a cash payout of about €41.5 million in coming weeks(...)

Agents from the FSAI, who sources say were supported by the Garda in the unannounced inspection, made copies of company and financial records from Celtic Pure during the operation last week. Photograph: iStock

A Co Monaghan water company at the centre of a product safety recall over arsenic in its products was raided last week by the Food Safety Authority of(...)

Prices in the food and grocery sector are at the same level now as they were in 2000, according to Retail Ireland. Photograph: Neil Hall/Reuters

The Irish retail sector remains optimistic for the future despite the challenges presented by price stagnation and the increased competition from the (...)

Uniphar chief executive Ger Rabbette (left) with chairman Maurice Pratt. The CCPC cleared it to buy Sisk Healthcare in August, subject to information-sharing restrictions. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

The number of mergers and acquisitions (M&As) notified to the State’s competition watchdog increased 36 per cent to 98 last year, with real estate(...)

Spar has invested €500,000 in the outlet at Dublin Airport which officially opens on Friday

Spar has secured a new concession in Dublin Airport after the airport’s operator replaced it in its previous location in favour of an outlet that woul(...)

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