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Aldi, which opened its first supermarket in Ireland in 1999, now has about 100 stores here.

Pretax profit more than doubled to almost £160 million (€189 million) at the Irish and British operations of discount supermarket chain Aldi last year(...)

Green REIT, Ireland’s first property investment trust, looks set to spend well over €100 million on a range of commercial properties that should appre(...)

Profits at supermarket giant Tesco have plunged by almost a quarter in the past six months following underlying sales declines in the UK and every (...)

If you believe George Osborne, Britain’s economy has turned the corner and the millions of people who make up the “squeezed middle” might finally be a(...)

Tesco saw its dominance of the Irish grocery market slip further in the 12 weeks to September 15th, with its market share now standing at 26.8 per cent, compared to a 28.7 per cent share this time last year, according to research company Kantar Worldpanel.

Pressure is mounting on Tesco ahead of the publication of its interim results tomorrow, with new data showing the British supermarket giant i(...)

Conor Pope shopping at Aldi in East Wall, Dublin. Photograph: Frank Miller

Switch to own-brand and save is the message that retailers are selling in these cash-strapped times. They point out that by doing so, Irish consumers (...)

Sarah Harty:“I set up the restaurant when I was 25 and I was clueless.”

What distinguishes your business from competitors?We don’t just do food. We host pop-up shops, literary readings, live gigs, art exhibitions and plays(...)

MarketHub could help supermarkets dramatically reduce the amount of perishable foods they waste while increasing the rate of their stock turnover. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

A co-founder of Sandyford-based indoor solar power company Solarprint is launching a new venture to provide supermarkets with a real-time price displa(...)

From next February, Bank of Ireland customers must be 66 to qualify for free banking

One way of avoiding bank charges with Bank of Ireland has long been to get older. People with a Golden Years account do not incur the same fees as you(...)

7 & 8 Holly Avenue, Stillorgan Industrial Park: 1,767sq m warehouse and 786sq m of offices  let to Sky Functions, trading as Jumpzone, on a nine years and nine months lease at €60,000 per annum

Savills is seeking buyers for two industrials being sold for receivers. The agent is quoting €895,000 plus VAT and stamp duty for the 3,046sq m buildi(...)

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