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Through a range of acquisitions and strategic partnerships with upscale Irish food brands, Dunnes has pursued the higher end of the market

It is deep into the afternoon on a weekday and four young women have met up for a late lunch. They are all aged in their early- to mid-30s, well-dress(...)

Irish consumers spent €44 million on chocolate eggs in the run-up to Easter, with overall grocery sales at retailers hitting a record of €208.2 million in Easter week alone. Photograph: David Sleator

Irish consumers spent €44 million on chocolate eggs in the run-up to Easter, with overall grocery sales at retailers hitting a record of €208.2 millio(...)

Jameson’s Tendai O’Connor: winner of the Graduate Employee of the Year Award.

Irish Management Institute Graduate Programme The Irish Management Institute offers a general graduate programme, to consortia programmes (where com(...)

Claire McAlinney: ‘Work hard. Network. Maintain a positive attitude. Smile.’

Claire McAlinney (24) took part in the Musgrave Buying/Trading Graduate Programme. She has recently been appointed to assistant trading manager. Tell(...)

Wild harvesting has tangible health benefits, from the exercise to the mindfulness you can achieve at the seaside

Growing up in Arklow on Ireland’s east coast, beachcombing was a regular activity. I still love walking the dogs along the beach, stopping to gaze int(...)

Tourists at Fallon & Byrne in Dublin. It is believed Musgrave and Dunnes both have designs on the foodhalls. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Competition is hotting up between Dunnes Stores and Musgrave, which recently have been jockeying for position to acquire Irish “foodie” brands. To hav(...)

 Fallon & Byrne: has struck a deal with Eir to seek planning permission for a huge extension. Photograph: Eric Luke

The high-profile Dublin foodhall and restaurant group Fallon & Byrne has hired Goodbody stockbrokers to raise about €6 million of fresh capital to(...)

Holding the  sausage of the year award in the 1980s are Feargal Quinn and butcher Maurice Hobbs. Jimmy Canavan is third from left on the second row.

They say nobody wants to know how the sausage gets made, but in the early 1980s, a team of butchers in Superquinn Northside created one of the classic(...)

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(...)

Traffic has backed up in Kells after gardaí closed John’s Street as part of their investigations. Photograph: Tim O’Brien

Four more ATMs have been stolen in overnight robberies, two of them in Kells, Co Meath and the others in Crumlin, Co Antrim. Seperately, raiders fai(...)

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