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A sign promoting the rounding scheme at a Spar shop in Dublin. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

None of the State’s leading retailers who have started rounding cash change to the nearest five cent have reported issues among customers on day one o(...)

Coca-Cola is still the nation’s favourite brand

Today, Checkout magazine publishes its annual Top 100 Brands report. Produced in association with Nielsen, the Top 100 Brands is the most accurate bro(...)

Dairy cows in a row

Northern Ireland’s oldest diary, Ballyrashane Creamery in Coleraine, a co-operative owned by local farmers has agreed to merge with the Town of Monagh(...)

Mark Godfrey: “The Irish business never defaulted on its debt in the past, it will always be able to service it.”

Mark Godfrey, finance director of BWG’s majority shareholder, Spar South Africa, was questioned by journalists there over its recent decision to give (...)

BWG’s chief executive Leo Crawford. The retail group has managed to negotiate significantly better terms on its loans.

BWG, the owner in Ireland of the Spar and Mace chains, has completed a €220 million refinancing to ease the terms of its remaining legacy boomtime deb(...)

Retail group BWG’s €23 million acquisition of the Londis franchise has been given the green light by the Compeition Authority. The move will give BWG(...)

The latest results show turnover at Spar’s Irish unit totalled 7.66 billion rand (€577.3m) in the first half.

South African retail group Spar has announced first-half profits after tax that were 22 per cent higher as it included results from its Irish unit for(...)

The former BWG food distribution centre for Spar and EuroSpar at Greenhills Road in Walkinstown, Dublin 12, is to be offered for sale with a guide pri(...)

BWG, which announced 1,200 new jobs as part of a €100 million investment in October, has 421 Spar stores and an estimated 35 per cent share of the Irish convenience store market. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill/Irish Times

BWG, the company behind Spar in Ireland, is to acquire rival ADM Londis for €23 million. Completion of the offer is subject to shareholder approval an(...)

Bank of Ireland’s Tallaght branch is located in the mixed use Priorsgate development at the junction of Main Street and Greenhills Road

A group of private investors have set what is believed to be a new benchmark for an investment involving a bank branch by paying €6.15 million for a B(...)

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