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A reader was told by an auto parts shop that €15 was the  minimum debit-card transaction they would put through

Shopper concerned about safety of witches’ hatsA reader from Cork bought witches’ hats in Lidl recently for a birthday party, at €1.49 each. As the ch(...)

Clash of the outlets: the supermarket sector is gearing up to slug it out on prices . Photograph: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg

Tesco’s “price promise” is the latest in a long line of aggressive strategies rolled out by the company as it seeks to retain its number one slot in t(...)

Commercial agents HWBC is bringing more than €4 million worth of Dublin property investments on to the market, six of them retail properties and one i(...)

Halloween is a time for mischief and transgression.  Young vampires pose for a photograph before the Shocktober Fest in Crawley, West Sussex. Photograph: Getty Images

Well, that’s my plan for the Halloween outfit wrecked. Amazon has announced that its Jimmy Savile zombie costume – a lurid blue shell-suit, pink glass(...)

Critics of so-called ethical funds tend to lampoon the concept as one guaranteed to deliver lousy returns to sandal-wearing green types. The UK’s firs(...)

A customer packs her shopping at  a Tesco Metro store in London. Photograph: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg

British supermarket giant Tesco is dropping some food promotions after finding that two-thirds of produce grown for bagged salad is wasted.The superma(...)

David Puttnam:  “Although the pace and the scale of change can at times be bewildering, the need to up our own game has become absolute.” (Photo by Gareth Cattermole/Getty Images)

Oscar winning producer, Lord David Puttnam, has warned that Europe must ride the digital age not drown in it with countries in the continent being urg(...)

Cork-born business leaders gathered in City Hall yesterday for an economic conference as part of Rebel Week, a local authority-organised Gathering fes(...)

 Finian Sweeney in Sweeney’s off-licence in Phibsborough, Dublin. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

The lowest hanging fruit appears to be the grape, and it was once again targeted by Michael Noonan when he announced a 50 cent increase in excise duty(...)

Budget 2014 is  not the most austere budget we have seen but it by no means a giveaway. Photograph: The Irish Times

Before one syllable of today’s budget was uttered by Minister for Finance Michael Noonan and Minister for Public Expenditure Brendan Howlin, it was cl(...)

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