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  People shopping in Topshop on Henry Street. Photograph: Tom Honan

Trade union Mandate met Ken Fennell of Deloitte Ireland, provisional liquidator of the Topshop/Topman fashion chains in the Republic on Thursday. The(...)

As non-essential retail was again forced to shut amid rising Covid-19 case numbers, 51 per cent of consumers reported being more concerned about the security of their personal data now that they are shopping more online

Irish consumers are now the most anxious in Europe and confidence in shopping in stores has fallen significantly in recent weeks as a third wave of Co(...)

A seat in business or first class is on average five times more expensive than in economy. Photograph: iStock

Ian Woodroofe, has notched up a business trip “probably every week” – often overseas – for more than 20 years. Trips were always business class and he(...)

Carne Group founder John Donohoe

Carne Group, a Dublin-based provider of technology solutions to the global funds industry, has been valued at about €400 million by an investment from(...)

The services sector recorded the highest number of corporate insolvencies in 2020 at 225

Business failures barely rose last year despite the economic challenges posed by the Covid crisis, new figures show. Measures deployed by government d(...)

Michael McAteer, newly re-elected managing partner of Grant Thornton Ireland. Photograph: Crispin Rodwell

After months of damaging revelations about its former chief executive John Delaney, taking on the Football Association of Ireland (FAI) as an aud(...)

Banks came into 2020 nervous over Brexit, Central Bank (above) mortgage rules and a dysfunctional housing market – that hasn’t gone away.

If 2020 saw Covid-19 deliver the biggest shock to the banking industry since the financial crash, 2021 will tell whether the system really learned the(...)

Christmas shoppers wearing face masks  on Grafton Street in Dublin. Photograph: Sasko Lazarov/

Most Irish people say they are willing to spend “a little more” on local products, a study published on Monday shows. Consumer confidence is growing (...)

 Grafton Street:  Christmas shoppers turn out in large numbers  on the first Saturday following the end of the second lockdown. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

If ever there is a nuclear attack, two species are odds on to survive the fallout: cockroaches and Irish consumers. Both are stamped on, abused and oc(...)

Norwegian opted to seek protection in the Irish courts to allow it restructures as its 140 aircraft are held by companies based in the Republic.

Norwegian Air Shuttle secured a crucial lifeline on Monday when the High Court granted the embattled carrier and five Irish subsidiaries protection fr(...)

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