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Jason O’Brien and Audrey Murphy, at home in Oliver Bond House, Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Jason O’Brien and his partner Audrey Murphy would be “lost” without the weekly free food parcels at the Capuchin Day Centre in Dublin. “They’re(...)

“We need the Government to give us the leadership,” said Terry Leahy, former Tesco chief executive, speaking at a forum entitled Revitalising Ireland Through Retail at Dundrum Town Centre, Dublin. Photograph: Frank Miller

lllA minute’s silence wouldn’t go amiss when Sir Terry Leahy tells a roomful of retailers in Dublin that he remembers “the boom”. They have come to(...)

The world’s biggest clothing group, Spain’s Inditex, is to open a Massimo Dutti store in the former HMV outlet on Dublin’s Grafton Street. photograph: alan betson

With the retail market finally showing signs of stability in sales and rents after years of steep declines due to the crash, the big story in the sect(...)

Broken iPhone: some texts would say ‘sent’ but never arrived while others would say ‘not sent’ and would then arrive

The long and winding road to get a phone fixed A reader called Niall bought his 17-year old daughter an iPhone 4S in November 2012 at the 3 Mobile sho(...)

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Image of the week: Dog days The business picture wires were filled with approximately 95 per cent men in suits this week, but there’s enough of t(...)

The Aldi-Dunnes case is similar to another taken by Aldi against Tesco in the run-up to Christmas last year.

The German discounter Aldi will next week launch a lawsuit against its rival Dunnes Stores over the use of its name and prices in Dunnes’ advertising.(...)

Tesco’s recovery plans received a setback today as the supermarket chain reported a fresh dip in quarterly sales. Tesco, which makes about two thirds (...)

Musgrave said it is ‘exploring the financial services space after receiving customer feedback that this is one of a number of services they would like to see offered by our retail brands’, which include SuperValu

The noise of recent days around Musgrave’s interest in providing financial services highlights the need for more lending in the economy, especially wi(...)

Tesco has seen a 6 per cent drop in sales leading to a 1.5 per cent decline in its share of the multibillion Irish grocery market.  Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Supermarket giant Tesco is continuing to lose ground in Ireland, suffering a further slump in market share in the 12 weeks to November 10th.Statistics(...)

Foods price rises across the fresh food sector have started to recede, according to Kantar Worldpanel.

The rate of increase in food prices has slowed sharply since the beginning of the year, according to research by retail analysts Kantar Worldpanel. It(...)

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