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 Grafton Street on December 21st, 2019: Consumers were due to spend about €2,800 per household over the Christmas period. Photograph: Artur Widak/NurPhoto

The threat of a no-deal Brexit hung like a dark cloud over the Irish retail industry for much of 2019, weighing on confidence. The threat of a disorde(...)

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Have you checked that list twice? There may still be some gaps on there, particularly for younger members of the family. Tech can combine education an(...)

Panic purchasing: the Christmas countdown is on.

Left it until the last minute to get shopping? Here are a few tech gift suggestions - along with where you can find them today. Lenovo Smar(...)

In the Golf, Volkswagen has over-egged the tech, messed around too much with the steering feel, and in doing so they’ve lost some of the flavour that made has made the Golf so good. Photograph: Volkswagen

As it prepares to write a new chapter in its history, the self-proclaimed “people’s car” brand finds itself in a bit of pickle with its quintessential(...)

Donegal Investment Group controls the Nomadic brand of yogurts. Photograph: iStock

Profit rose to €3.1 million at Donegal Investment Group, formerly Donegal Creameries, helped by double digit growth at the company’s speciality dairy (...)

Doheny & Nesbitt on Baggot Street, Dublin. Photograph: David Sleator

Profits at landmark Dublin pub Doheny & Nesbitt last year decreased 18.5 per cent to €237,782. New accounts filed by Swigmore Inns Ltd show that (...)

 The Smyths store in Carrickmines, Dublin. The group  has completely conquered the British market, opening more than 100 large retail outlets there in a little over a decade

The filing of its accounts confirmed last week that Smyths Toys is already making a financial return on its deal last year to acquire the central Euro(...)

The group is also building a new €40m distribution facility in northern Germany, as it brings its ‘big box’ retailing model to the continent. Photograph: Frank Miller

Ninety-three stores in Germany, Switzerland and Austria bought last year by Smyths Toys had sales of at least €340 million and generated profits befor(...)

During the year, pretax profits at Smyths Toys UK Ltd increased by 22 per cent from £11.88 million to £14.5 million. Photograph:  iStock

Sales of Lego and superhero toys last year helped family-owned Irish toy seller Smyths to record revenues of over €655.9 million in its expanding oper(...)

The Mayo family-owned toy retailer this month opened a new Smyths superstore in Munich, bringing its total in the German market to 66. Photograph: Frank Miller/ The Irish Times

Smyths Toys has begun its expansion in the central European market, after completing the rebranding of the region’s former Toys R Us division that it (...)

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