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The  Oval: more than 180,000sq ft of office space plus retail units and basement gym

Refurbished office space in a landmark Ballsbridge scheme is on the market at €592 per sq m (€55 per sq ft) through agent Knight Frank. The third f(...)

Starbuck’s new flagship store in Milan Italy: The Seattle firm will have to pull out all the stops to impress Italians who have long said “no” to takeaway coffee

Starbucks, the world’s biggest coffee chain, will realise its chairman’s dream on Friday when it opens an upmarket roastery and cafe in Milan, but the(...)

Swords Central Shopping Centre: The last vacant shop in the mall is available to rent for €60,000 a year.

The new commercial property season has gotten under way with the launch of a number of office and retail investments as well as sites for commercial (...)

Nestlé said it was taking on about 500 employees from Starbucks as the two coffee sellers seal their consumer-goods alliance. Nestlé was hiring the em(...)

Seattle has a sort of mellow ambience that has a feel of Cork or Dublin, though on a much vaster scale.

Before going to Seattle, I had not given much consideration to visiting. It was the setting of Sleepless in Seattle, obviously, and, more recently, Fi(...)

Aryzta has sold unwanted assets, including Irish restaurant supplier La Rousse Foods and its troubled Cloverhill facilities in the US, since Kevin Toland took over the helm last September

Aryzta is planning to invest 150 million Brazilian real (€33.8m) to build a fifth bread-making facility in Brazil, just as chief executive Kevin Tolan(...)

Applegreen’s capitalisation was just north of €550 million before the mega deal with Welcome Break took the markets by surprise on Thursday. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Applegreen’s proposed €361.8 million acquisition of a majority stake in UK forecourt operator Welcome Break is a big deal for the Irish-listed company(...)

Welcome Break operates the Days and Ramada brands for its hotels. Photograph: iStock

Welcome Break operates restaurants, service stations and hotels with a particular focus on motorways. Its hotel assets are branded Days Inns and Ramad(...)

The McDonald’s outlet on Dublin’s Grafton Street. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

McDonald’s is ditching the coffee-house style McCafé brand from one of its flagship Irish restaurants. The world’s biggest restaurant chain by sales (...)

When Lost In Translation was released in 2003, it became many a cinephile’s dream to go and immerse themselves in the brilliant, bizarre culture of Ja(...)

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