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 Shoppers enter the newly refurbished Clearys store after it reopened yesterday. Photograph: Alan Betson

The novelty scissors malfunctioned when Bressie was cutting the ribbon at the grand re-opening of Clery’s this morning but everything else went seamle(...)

Dominic Prendergast, managing director of Clery’s department store, stands up on a cherry picker to  inspect the famous Clery’s clock before the reopening of the department store. Photograph: Frank Miller/The Irish Times

One of Europe’s oldest purpose-built department stores reopens this morning four months after floods forced it to close its doors. A 16-minute flash (...)

Companies will face fines of up to €100 million or 5 per cent of their annual global turnover for failing to protect personal data under a proposed new EU regulation currently being debated.

About 1.5 million European citizens had their personal information exposed and put at risk in a data breach at the Ennis-based company Loyaltybuild. T(...)

Tánaiste Eamon Gilmore:  told a conference on cyber security organised by the Institute of International and European Affairs in Dublin yesterday  that  a number of other countries had already had to respond to similar threats and security incidents

The Loyaltybuild data breach was a timely reminder of the potential costs of cyber crime to the individual, to businesses and to Government bodies in (...)

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Step into the breach

When small files started being discreetly downloaded from computers in a grey Ennis office block four weeks ago and making their way through cyberspac(...)

A changing landscape

QUINNSWORTH: The supermarket chain’s founder Pat Quinn became a recognisable face across Ireland when he appeared in countless television ads weari(...)

Clerys department store is re-open its doors  following nearly four months of closure. Photo: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Clerys department store is to re-open its doors on November 21st following nearly four months of closure. The Dublin store was forced to cease (...)

Passing shoppers peer into Clerys on Dublin’s O’Connell Street as the store remains closed due to water damage  Photograph: Alan Betson/Irish Times

Clerys department store is to lay off 86 staff on a temporary basis.The Dublin store was forced to cease trading last month after a freak summer storm(...)

Three successful retail parks in Tallaght, Dublin 24, Naas, Co Kildare, and Limerick city are to offered for sale at an overall valuation of €77 milli(...)

Kimono from

How should I accessorise a dress for a wedding? A blazer seems too structured, and I think boleros are a bit naff, but I don’t want to be cold – or sh(...)

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