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It might be small comfort to the struggling Irish television sector, but viewers remain glued to the small screen. Irish adults aged 15-plus watched t(...)

Facebook has committed to review its online moderation procedures after several advertisers, including Nationwide Building Society and Nissan, pulled(...)

Procter and Gamble is replacing chief executive Bob McDonald with his predecessor, A.G. Lafley, as the world’s largest consumer products maker(...)

Weekend Review April 2013. Dove Real Beauty Sketches.

Have you seen the latest ad for the Dove Campaign for Real Beauty? You cried, didn’t you? Maybe not choking sobs; it might just have been a rogue t(...)

Weekend Review April 2013. Dove Real Beauty Sketches.

Have you seen the latest online ad for the Dove Campaign for Real Beauty? You cried, didn’t you? Maybe not choking sobs; it might just have been a (...)

Sales at Nestl€, the world’s largest food company, rose 4.3 per cent to 21.9 billion Swiss francs (€18 billion). Photograph: Keystone/Fabrice Coffrini

Nestlé’s first-quarter sales growth undershot rival Danone’s after some retailers in Asia cut inventories back to match poor demand, and the de(...)

It’s been a busy week for mobile deal company Temptster. Fresh off the back of an appearance on RTÉ’s Dragons’ Den(...)

The foothills of the Blackstairs Mountains, on the Carlow-Wexford border, have never witnessed the likes. A sheepdog named Rothko – if you don’(...)

Fair brews: Coffee generally has a good fairtrade reputation, but what of our other daily household foodstuffs? Photograph: getty images
Ethical shopping on the cheap

If you throw a bunch of Fairtrade bananas in your shopping trolley, can you save the world? Sadly, being a truly ethical shopper – concerned fo(...)

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