Tourism Ireland chief executive Niall Gibbons was found to have the highest level of overall engagement from his followers. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Tourism Ireland boss Niall Gibbons has been named most influential Irish chief executive on LinkedIn for the second consecutive year in the Reputation(...)

Tourism Ireland chief executive Niall Gibbons has been named the most influential Irish chief executive on LinkedIn. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Tourism Ireland boss Niall Gibbons is the most influential Irish chief executive on LinkedIn, according to a new ranking by the Reputations Agency. (...)

Lidl Ireland LGFA ambassadors Aishling Maloney, Sinead Goldrick, Aishling Sheridan along with Galway’s Sinead Burke. Photograph: Harry Murphy / Sportsfile

Lidl Ireland is to sponsor the Ladies Gaelic Football Association (LGFA) for the fourth year in a row. The retailer is also to invest €250,000 in a n(...)

Tara McCarthy, chief executive of Bord Bia and John Paul Scally, managing director Lidl Ireland

Irish food and drink is to be given prime billing across all 153 Lidl stores in this country in September. The retail giant is investing more than €25(...)

Lidl staff members take part in a quiz show as part of a large multi-day event in which the German supermarket chain launched a new approach to customer service.

Lidl might be viewed as a quintessentially austere German discount supermarket chain, but there was a touch of Hollywood about the glitzy staff conven(...)

John Paul Scally: “There is nothing you can’t buy in a Lidl store today, fresh food or off the shelf.” photograph: keith arkins

A strange thing happens to some men once we hit our mid-30s. Whenever we meet a guy of our generation who is very senior in business or successful in(...)

 Lidl outlet in Dublin: Lidl has released a report by DKM economic consultants that says it purchased €539 million worth of Irish food last year, including €152 million for export. It says it employs 4,000 staff directly and indirectly supports another 5,700 jobs. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Lidl’s sales in Ireland are “significantly more” than €1 billion, according to John Paul Scally, the company’s managing director. Lidl does not file (...)

 Aishling Sheridan (Cavan), Áine Haberlin (Laois), Karen McDermott (Westmeath) and Lorraine O’Shea (Tipperary) at the announcement of Lidl’s three-year partnership with the Ladies Gaelic Football Association. Photograph: Sportsfile

There wasn’t a Ladyball to be seen in Croke Park yesterday and Lidl managing director John Paul Scally vowed they’d never actually be available for pu(...)

 Lidl, which has 143 stores and three distribution centres in the Republic, already pays staff better than most of its rivals.

Lidl has become the first Irish supermarket chain to sign up to the Living Wage Campaign, pledging to pay staff a minimum of €11.50 an hour. The meas(...)

Brendan Proctor: spearheading Lidl’s push into the US

It was interesting to read in Checkout magazine that one of Dunnes Stores’s main rivals, Lidl, has appointed John Paul Scally as the new head of its I(...)