Ikea said it would reopen with a number of anti-virus safety measures in place. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Ikea is among the major retailers to confirm they will reopen next week, after the Government announced an acceleration of its economic reopening plan(...)

Tesco was on its knees in 2014 when Alan Stewart left Marks & Spencer to join as chief financial officer.

Tesco’s finance chief, who helped steer the group from an accounting scandal to a successful turnaround, is to retire, setting the stage for an entire(...)

Key stocks CRH and Ryanair  swung into positive territory in Dublin, with the cement-maker finishing up 1.1% at €27.68

European stocks recovered from a sluggish start to make gains on Wednesday, amid relatively upbeat quarterly earnings reports and hopes of a recovery (...)

Photograph: PAUL ELLIS/AFP

Retailer Marks & Spencer said it would accelerate its latest turnaround programme as it dealt with the fallout from the coronavirus crisis and a 2(...)

Bank of Ireland had a good day on Euronext Dublin, ending the session up more than 15%.

Global markets continued recent recoveries on hopes of demand recovering as governments across the world announced the easing of restrictions introduc(...)

Many of M&S’s 300 or so “mainline” stores selling clothing and food are in locations where footfall has collapsed, although its standalone food stores are thought to be performing strongly

Marks and Spencer warned it was unlikely to pay a dividend for its current financial year and said the coronavirus crisis had forced it to accelerate (...)

Wall Street’s main indices surged as oil prices recovered some ground and Congress looked on course to seal nearly $500 billion more in aid to help small businesses ride out the coronavirus crisis. Photograph: Brittainy Newman/The New York Times

An oil price rebound and hopes of more economic stimulus lifted European shares on Wednesday, even as investors remained cautious about a swift recove(...)

Anchor tenants at Frascati include Marks & Spencer and Aldi.

The developers of the Frascati Centre in Blackrock, Co Dublin, are looking to more than double the number of apartments planned for the site. The own(...)

Tesco said it was continuing to experience high demand for its home delivery service and was at full capacity for the next three weeks. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Supermarkets have outlined further measures aimed at supporting vulnerable people and helping frontline healthcare workers as the fight to slow the sp(...)

South Anne Street in central Dublin. An economic contraction of between 8 and 15 per cent this year is likely depending on the duration of the lockdown. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

It took four years for unemployment to reach 16 per cent after the 2008 financial crisis but coronavirus has achieved this grim milestone in less than(...)

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