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Boots in Donnybrook: rented at ¤185,400.

With investors again looking for secure medium-sized retailinvestments in strong Dublin locations, there is likely to be good interest in the forthcom(...)

Ribena Orange
Value for money

Ribena Orange€1.97 for 4x200ml, €2.46 per litreTasting this with a blindfold on brought memories of MiWadi flooding back, which is not necessarily a (...)

Mr Justice Michael Moriarty:  more than two years since his final report

Almost 2½ years after it issued its final report, the costs of the Moriarty tribunal continue to accumulate. Over half a million euros was spent on le(...)

Chefs Edward Hayden, Garrett Byrne, Mark Gaffney and Cormac Rowe at the launch of Savour Kilkenny, which takes place on October 25th-29th. Photograph: Pat Moore

Food festival diaryIt’s going to be a busy couple of months for food festival-goers, kicking off with Theatre of Food at the 10th Electric Picnic next(...)

Lyn Crowley (left) of St Andrew's College and Lucy Rice of Loreto abbey, Dalkey. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

In the half-century since Donogh O’Malley introduced free education for all the State’s children, Irish parents have cumulatively spent more than €20 (...)

Clockwise from top left: Musgrave co-founder Thomas Musgrave; Centra; the Metropole Hotel and sweet factory, Cork; current CEO Chris Martin; SuperValu; co-founder Stuart Musgrave; chairman Seamus Scally; family member and former chairman Hugh MacKeown. Illustration: Irish Times Premedia
Who are the Musgraves?
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  • August 17, 2013, 01:00

The Musgrave Group’s decision last week to ditch the Superquinn brand that it acquired in 2011 put the spotlight on the Cork-based wholesaler. From(...)

Kantar Worldpanel estimates that Tesco is the biggest player in  the Republic,  with a 27.6 per cent market share

They touch most of our lives every week and account for a substantial chunk of our spending each year, yet we know very little about the financial per(...)

Value It is what all stores promise us. Whether they deliver depends on how loyal (or gullible) you are. Photograph: Thinkstock

Aldi When it entered the Irish market a decade ago it was considered an oddball outsider with unfamiliar brands and a random assortment of jackhammers(...)

Word cloud: the words Irish people use most online when talking about supermarkets. The larger the type, the more often the word is used. Source: Olytico

Irish people hate to speak ill of the dead, so the lavish praise heaped on Superquinn this week when the final nail was hammered into its coffin was h(...)

Superquinn Rathgar outlet: among the 24 stores to be rebranded under merger with SuperValu.  Photograph: Frank Miller

The Mandate trade union said yesterday it was “hopeful” that some of the 102 staff at Superquinn facing redundancy could be redeployed into other role(...)

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