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Ruth Savill, director, and Stephen Cunningham, operations manager, at the Paris Bakery Moore Street in Dublin. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

The popular Paris Bakery on Dublin’s Moore Street faces a winding up order in the High Court today in a dispute with the business’s former accountants(...)

Three new traders, Nandos, Starbucks and Officepods, are due to open for business at Marine Road in Dún Laoghaire, Co Dublin.The lettings follow the g(...)

A man holds a sign referring to Colorado legalising marijuana in state capital   Denver.  Photograph: Rick Wilking/Reuters

Songs from Toni Fox’s preferred Rhonda Byrne CD flowed from her silver Saturn Vue as she sped past breathtaking mountain views during her twice-weekly(...)

Plassey House and quadrangle at the University of Limerick

DublinAn embarrassment of social riches to be plundered in the nation’s capital, so let’s begin in the very middle: Trinity College Dublin.TCDWhat’s h(...)

Starbucks chairman Howard Schultz spoke out after Bill Ackman, a JC Penney board member, urged fellow directors to find a new chief executive quickly and released it to the media. Photograph: Reuters/Anthony P. Bolante

Howard Schultz, chief executive of Starbucks, has accused the hedge fund manager, Bill Ackman, of being a “destroyer of companies” as he stepped into (...)

Some of the many shops that  have closed for business on George’s Street in Dún Laoghaire. Photograph: Eric Luke

“Marks and Spencer closing isn’t the end of the world. It’s just another shop,” states Graham Mongey. Mongey is one of three family members who own JJ(...)

Kurt Cobain performing with Nirvana in 1993. Photograph: Robert Sorbo/AP Photo

Seattle will always be always be associated with grunge. It will also, of course, be associated with Starbucks, rain, Microsoft and Amazon, but it wil(...)

Even sticklers end up buying toasters that abuse language, because a) there aren’t any that don’t, and b) the quality of the toast trumps the words that pop up alongside

Two bad things can happen when you get back to work after a holiday: one small and the other big. The small thing is that your computer password has e(...)

McDonald’s, above in Shenzhen, China, is to open its first outlet in Vietnam in 2014, joining companies such as Starbucks which arrived there this year

The opening of a McDonald’s restaurant has become an iconic moment in the opening up of a country, and Vietnam’s first Golden Arches is planned to ope(...)

The OECD’s plan aims to develop rules over the next two years preventing companies from escaping taxes by putting patent rights into shell companies, taking interest deductions in one country without reporting taxable profit in another, and forcing them to disclose where they report to regulators their income around the world.

The Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development has proposed a blueprint for cracking down on tax-dodging strategies used by companies such (...)

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