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 A worker prepares packages for delivery at an Amazon warehouse. Photograph: Sean Gallup/Getty Images

The Central Statistics Office is set to collect retail sales information on ecommerce giants based in Ireland for the first time next year, as it look(...)

Paul Howard with the Ross O’Carroll-Kelly statue in Dublin city centre. Photograph Nick Bradshaw

1. Where Ross Doesn’t Drink Heineken (1998) It all started in the autumn of 1997. I was in the Sunday Tribune newsroom one Friday evening talking to (...)

A photograph of Jimmy Magee at his funeral in  Dublin. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

Jimmy Magee would have been “so, honoured, so proud” about the attendance at his funeral, his son Mark Magee said. “He loved people, He loved his fri(...)

Eason in Dublin. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

A reader trying to buy school books for her children was left very frustrated by an Eason-owned website. And not just once, but twice. “I have One4al(...)

Eddie Kelliher: He was a pragmatist and his life was characterised by a steely decisiveness and meticulous attention to detail.
Obituary: Eddie Kelliher

Born: March 8th , 1920; Died: June 1st , 2017 Eddie Kelliher, who has died in his 98th year, was an Irish Olympic sailor, former president of Dublin(...)

'Harry Potter is a big part of a broader trend in which children’s culture became valued and valuable. Yet what it did for the books business alone is unique.'

Twenty years since Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone and you will find the impact of the books in so many places it’s hard to know where to beg(...)

The  120,000 sq m Blanchardstown Centre in west Dublin

The Blanchardstown Centre in west Dublin has announced four new retail lettings which will lead to the creation of 50 full-time positions. The 120,000(...)

Ciara O’Doherty: “The bigger the audience, the bigger the fee the brand will be willing to pay.”

You haven’t seen anyone wearing a varsity jacket since the Breakfast Club, and suddenly they’re everywhere. You look around and realise that everyone (...)

Navan Town Centre:  The highest rent, at €478,000, is paid by Marks & Spencer.

Two more Irish shopping centres have been acquired by US investment groups. Davidson Kempner has purchased a majority stake in Navan Town Centre in(...)

The appeal of  Navan Town Centre stems from the highly successful trading by Penneys, Tesco and two Dunnes Stores outlets

Commercial property developer Duignan & McCarthy is gearing up to sell its majority interest in Navan Town Centre at a guide price of €62 million.(...)

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