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Ryanair is publishing figures today showing its operations produced 66 grams of carbon dioxide per passenger for every kilometre its craft travelled in May.

Ryanair says it has the lowest greenhouse gas emissions per passenger of any European airline as it releases figures detailing its impact on the atmos(...)

Dunnes Stores had argued the plastic bags in relation to which assessments were made were not subject to the levy

Dunnes Stores has lost its Supreme Court appeal concerning the validity of laws under which the Revenue Commissioners later raised tax assessments of (...)

Loretta Kennedy of MamaBear

Irish children are not eating well. Almost 25 per cent of their meals include high fat, salt and sugar (HFSS) foods, while almost a third of the snack(...)

The Supreme Court judgment concerned Aldi’s appeal against a judgment of the Court of Appeal which overturned a range of High Court findings in favour of Aldi.

A lengthy legal row between Aldi and Dunnes Stores over an in-store labelling campaign by the Irish retailer has ended with the German discounter gett(...)

Unit 1, Dublin Airport Logistics Park will be available for occupation in August

Irish property fund Iput has engaged industrial property specialists Harvey to secure a tenant for Unit 1 at Dublin Airport Logistics Park. At 17,176(...)

Paul Kelly, the former managing director of Brown Thomas, has been awarded the Isidoro Álvarez Lifetime Achievement Medal at World Retail Awards 2019.

Retailer Paul Kelly, the former managing director of Brown Thomas, has been awarded the Isidoro Álvarez Lifetime Achievement Medal at World Retail Awa(...)

Through a range of acquisitions and strategic partnerships with upscale Irish food brands, Dunnes has pursued the higher end of the market

It is deep into the afternoon on a weekday and four young women have met up for a late lunch. They are all aged in their early- to mid-30s, well-dress(...)

Almost two years after Commission officials raided Insurance Ireland’s office in Dublin, the outgoing EU competition commissioner, Margrethe Vestager, announced on Tuesday that she has initiated a formal investigation into whether the organisation is operating a cartel by restricting access to a claims data base it manages. Photograph: Emmanuel Dunand/AFP/Getty Images

Motorists, households and businesses that have endured large increases in insurance costs in recent years may be forgiven for cheering the fact that E(...)

Dunnes Stores has failed to overturn a €45,000 award against it.

Dunnes Stores has failed to overturn a €45,000 award against it over its closure of doors which provided an important public walk through between two (...)

Irish consumers spent €44 million on chocolate eggs in the run-up to Easter, with overall grocery sales at retailers hitting a record of €208.2 million in Easter week alone. Photograph: David Sleator

Irish consumers spent €44 million on chocolate eggs in the run-up to Easter, with overall grocery sales at retailers hitting a record of €208.2 millio(...)

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