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Decathlon’s chief executive in the Republic Bastien Grandgeorge (right) with Kieran O’Shea, store leader in the company’s Ballymun store. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Almost 300,000 people have passed through the doors of French sports retail giant Decathlon’s Dublin store at Ballymun since it opened in June this ye(...)

BWG’s IT director Chris Donnelly at Spar Cherrywood using the new checkout-free technology from MishiPay.

BWG, the company behind Spar in Ireland, has begun trialling new technology that allows shoppers to pick up a product, scan the barcode with their sma(...)

Shops have reopened but these are uncertain, unusual times for consumers and retailers alike. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

Looking at video clips of queues outside popular shops like Ikea and Penneys, observers could be forgiven for thinking that the retail sector is thriv(...)

Bastien Grandgeorge, CEO Decathlon Ireland (right) and Kieran O’Shea, store leader in the new Decathlon, in Ballymun. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

French sports retail giant Decathlon is to create 25 new jobs following the hugely successful opening of its first Irish store last weekend, according(...)

Inside the Decathlon store, in Ballymun, Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

After the past three months, commercial property owners can only guess what happens next. So the sight of a tenant seeking about 3,000sq m of commerci(...)

Bastien Grandgeorge (right), chief executive Decathlon Ireland, and Kieran O’Shea, store leader, outside the new Decathlon in Ballymun, Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Global sports retailer Decathlon is seeking a local partner to supply hurling equipment to a potential six to nine Irish stores so it can lure players(...)

Decathlon’s new retail outlet in Ballymun. The sports retailer plans to open nine outlets in the Republic.

French sports retail giant Decathlon will open its doors to the public in Ireland for the first time on Saturday at 10.30am. Having announced its int(...)

Decathlon plans to open nine stores in the Republic. Photograph: iStock

French sporting retail group Decathlon has secured planning permission for a large-scale outlet at the Liffey Valley retail park in Dublin. The r(...)

If sold, €15m from the sale of Tolka Park football stadium, pictured, would be used for the development of Dalymount stadium. Photograph: Oisin Keniry/INPHO

Dublin City Council chief executive Owen Keegan wants to sell off more than €100 million worth of council-owned sites, instead of using the land for t(...)

The site is located 700m from junction 4 of the M50 beside  IKEA’s flagship store in Ballymun.

Agent Knight Frank is guiding a price of €5.5 million (exclusive) for a strategic commercial development opportunity located next to IKEA’s flagship s(...)

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