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Observing social distancing at a supermarket in Dublin. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

SuperValu and Tesco Ireland have seen demand for online shopping services rocket since the escalation of social distancing practices across the Republ(...)

Independent House occupies a high-profile    position on Talbot Street in Dublin city centre.

Just over 18 months on from acquiring the Dublin headquarters of Independent News & Media (INM), Joe O’Reilly’s Chartered Land is looking to sell (...)

Centra anticipates 20 store openingsin 2020 which, it says, will add 480 jobs to bring its total head count above 11,000.  Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Sales at convenience retailer Centra reached €1.7 billion last year, representing average turnover of €3.6 million per store. The retailer, which is (...)

Dalata chairman John Hennessy John Hennessy is to take up the role of chair of the nomination committee. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Hotel operator Dalata Hotel Group has appointed a new corporate development director, with Shane Casserly taking up the role. Mr Casserly’s appoint(...)

John Curran, Musgrave group head of sustainability, picture at SuperValu in Blackrock, Co Dublin. Photograph: Julien Behal

Pursuing climate actions and embracing sustainability are no longer a “nice to have” feel-good blanket as a company’s seeks to market itself to the wo(...)

Cairn Homes group finance director Tim Kenny, chairman John Reynolds, and chief executive Michael Stanley

Housebuilder Cairn Homes has announced that group finance director Tim Kenny is to leave his role in January to take up a new senior management positi(...)

Michael McCormack, managing director of Musgrave NI: ‘Our plans are ambitious but achievable,’ he says

Musgrave NI, the grocery and convenience retailer, plans to open up to 20 additional stores and revamp 40 existing stores in Northern Ireland as part (...)

Chris Martin, long-standing chief executive of Ireland’s biggest grocery player, Musgrave Group, is retiring

Chris Martin, long-standing chief executive of Ireland’s biggest grocery player, Musgrave Group, is retiring. The news came as Cork-based Musgrave, b(...)

Feargal Quinn, who has died aged 82, pictured in the Sutton outlet of Superquinn in 1997. He opened his first shop in Dundalk in 1960. Photograph: David Sleator / The Irish Times

Feargal Quinn, who has died aged 82, has been hailed as an inspiring retail pioneer, tenacious business advocate, dedicated public servant and warm me(...)

ChannelSight co-founder and chief executive John Beckett

Irish ecommerce technology company ChannelSight has raised $10 million (€8.85 million) to further develop its software-as-a-service (SaaS) platform an(...)

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