Ken Scully

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 Marks & Spencer  has  reshaped Irish retail and  consumer habits since it first arrived. In the early days Irish people could not get enough of its chicken Kievs, while its Cornish pasties ent down a treat

“Marks and Spencer has been refused permission to import delicatessen foods for sale at its Mary St department store in Dublin,” the short news report(...)

Brianna Turner (left) and Ashley Gribben who will be responsible for the food at the newly launched Pot Duggan’s  in Ennistymon, Co Clare. Photograph: Alison Derham

The kitchen at Pot Duggan’s, the Ennistymon pub that will be one of the coolest places to eat and drink in the west of Ireland this summer, is being h(...)

While M&S’s trading is solid in the Republic, it is a different story in the UK where the chain plans to close  about 10 per cent of its network by 2022

Marks & Spencer has fired the first salvo in what could quickly turn into a major price war across premium supermarket chains with long-term price(...)

The Flood family: dad John Joe, mum Ann, Stephen and his mum Johanna, Gemma and her son Lucas

Other people’s lives can be endlessly fascinating. Who hasn’t earwigged on a conversation between people sitting in a cafe, or pretended to look away (...)

M&S had sought a High Court injunction preventing a major extension to the Frascati centre. Photograph:  Nick Bradshaw

A €2.5 million row between Marks & Spencer and its landlord at the Frascati shopping centre in Blackrock, Co Dublin, which had threatened the cent(...)

Frascati centre, Blackrock, Co Dublin: building work is about to get under way on an estimated €40 million revamp.

Marks & Spencer has become involved in a major financial dispute with its landlord at the Frascati shopping centre in the upmarket Dublin suburb o(...)