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This is an exciting time for Irish music. the dreary male with Guitar is being replaced and a wave of multicultural and multifaceted (...)

Social distancing measures in place at a Eurospar outlet in Cobh, Co Cork. Photograph: John Allen

Spar owner BWG saw sales of gardening products surpass €1 million over the past eight weeks as consumers sought out alternative locations to shop whe(...)

BWG’s brands include Spar, Mace, XL and Londis: app includes video and online tools to engage with psychologists and counsellors. Photograph: Eric Luke

Irish wholesale chain BWG is rolling out a new digital health app to support its 1,650 direct employees during the Covid-19 crisis. It also plans to m(...)

A branch of AXA Insurance. Photograph: iStock

French insurer AXA lowered its 2020 profit guidance for its companies-focused XL unit and named a new boss for the division, as it stepped up measures(...)

Alan Mulroy, owner of Mulroy’s Londis, said he was “speechless” having learned he had sold the winning ticket.

The winning ticket for Tuesday night’s Euromillions jackpot worth €17 million was sold in Castlebar, Co Mayo, the National Lottery has announced. Thi(...)

AXA chief executive Thomas Buberl   is one of seven founding members of the Climate Finance Leadership Initiative that was created by US billionaire   Michael Bloomberg as a result of the 2016 Paris Agreement on climate change. Photograph: Christian Hartmann/Reuters

The headquarters of the insurance giant AXA, one block from the Élysée Palace, reflect the company’s character. The Catalan architect Ricardo Bofill’s(...)

Leo Crawford, group chief executive of BWG Group. The payments represent a remarkable turnaround for his management team

The three most senior executives in BWG Foods, owner of the Spar franchise in Ireland, will share a cash payout of about €41.5 million in coming weeks(...)

Axa XL, the principal insurer for indoor climbing centres, decided not to renew its Irish business from August 1st.

Indoor climbing centres could soon cease to exist in Ireland due to insurance companies refusing to cover the sport, business owners have claimed. Th(...)

The Axa insurance company building in Lisbon, Portugal.

French insurer Axa’s recently acquired XL business plans to boost its headcount in Dublin from 60 to 75 this year as it moves some activities based in(...)

XL Group first said 13 months ago that it planned to transfer its main European insurance company to Dublin. Photograph: Alan Betson

The Central Bank of Ireland (CBI) has given authorisation in principle to XL Insurance Company moving from the UK to Ireland so that it can continue t(...)

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