Krispy Kreme

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2 Central Plaza comprises 7,524 sq ft of grade A office space above a retail store.

As the redevelopment of the Central Bank’s former Dame Street headquarters nears completion, Hines and the Peterson Group have secured a further offic(...)

A computer-generated image showing Krispy Kreme’s premises at Central Plaza in Dublin city centre.

Still relatively fresh from the huge success of its first Irish store at the Blanchardstown Centre, Krispy Kreme is gearing up to open the doors on it(...)

Andrew O’Shaughnessy of Poppulo. Photograph: Cathal Noonan

The last four of eight nominees in the international category of the EY Entrepreneur of the Year competition are profiled this week. The awards are ru(...)

Global Shares chief executive  Tim Houstoun. Photograph: Daragh McSweeney/Provision

Clonakilty-based financial technology company Global Shares intends to float on public markets in 2024 once it reaches a valuation of €1 billion. The(...)

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So there it is, another decade gone. And how our world has changed over the last 10 years. The way we consume music and television has completely chan(...)

The centre of Blanchardstown village. Photograph: Crispin Rodwell/The Irish Times

What’s so good about it? Almost 50 years ago, Blanchardstown was a tiny village with a gently busy main street, surrounded mainly by greenery and for(...)

Queuing for doughnuts at the Blanchardstown outlet of Krispy Kreme. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

The doughnut outlet Krispy Kreme in Dublin’s Blanchardstown is the company’s best performing store worldwide, earning average weekly revenues of almos(...)

Krispy Kreme entered the Irish market with a doughnut outlet in the Blanchardstown Centre in October.

The capital’s doughnut lovers will no longer have to move from the comfort of the couch to get their hands on their favourite treats following a new p(...)

People queue outside the newly opened Krispy Kreme outlet at Blanchardstown Shopping Centre last weekend. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

The new Krispy Kreme doughnut outlet in the Blanchardstown Centre is already a victim of its own success. The store, which only opened last Wednesda(...)

“How could newspapers remain independent of government if they were to become hooked on the methadone of State cash?” Photograph: Robert Alexander/Getty Images

Journalism matters. But so does its independence from government and other powerful forces that it is meant to hold to account. The road to hell for t(...)

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