Temple Bar area on Friday night.   Photograph: Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times

Dublin’s city centre is facing an existential crisis and a fresh shutdown which sees more business closing for good will have a devastating impact wi(...)

On call: women check their phones 54 times each day on average, with men said to look at them 46 times every day, according to Deloitte’s Mobile Consumer Survey 2019

Irish people’s reliance on smart phones appears to have eased slightly compared with last year although the average phone user still manages to pick u(...)

Seatwave’s website on Monday morning, with a notice about its closure at the top of the screen. Photograph: Steatwave.ie

Ticketmaster has announced that it is to shut its ticket resale operation Seatwave across Europe and will not be listing any new tickets for sale with(...)

A bowl of Kellogg’s Coco Pops currently contains 30g of sugar per 100g. Photograph: iStock

Sugar levels in some of the most popular children’s breakfast cereals on the market are to be reduced by up to 40 per cent as Kellogg’s moves to addre(...)

Bord Bia’s Periscope report shows 52 per cent of shoppers say price is the first thing they look at, compared with 64 per cent in 2013 and 60 per cent two years earlier. Photograph: Chris Helgren/Reuters

Irish consumers are less concerned about the price of groceries than at any point since the height of the boom, a Bord Bia study to be published this (...)

Twitter users expressed general disquiet at the manner in which Irish Water was set up and criticised  how it was being run

Users of social media have not been shy about voicing what would be their primary concerns were they to be among the members of the public recruited (...)

While Tesco’s market share is lower year-on-year it has improved its position versus last month. Its improvement lifted its market share to 25 per cent and places it on the same footing as SuperValu

Tesco is fighting back in the store wars and the latest supermarket share figures from Kantar Worldpanel covering the 12-week period up to the end (...)

AIB customers who find themselves in financial difficulty as a result of the shortfall have been advised to make contact with the bank.

AIB has confirmed that 1,600 people affected by a glitch in its systems which meant some tax relief at source payments were not made in February will (...)

Between now and Christmas Eve, Lidl is selling one-kilo bags of carrots, potatoes and onions for five cent each, while 500g bags of sprouts and turnips cost the same.  Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

Supermarkets have insisted they are bearing the full cost of a major price war, which has seen the price of a range of vegetables fall to as low as fi(...)

Losec Mups, a treatment for reflux, which was one of the products surveyed where a wide price differential was found.

News from the National Consumer Agency (NCA) this morning that the price of identical prescription drugs can vary by over 200 per cent depending on(...)