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Strong Roots founder and chief executive Samuel Dennigan at the company’s Dublin headquarters. Photograph: Tom Maher

Samuel Dennigan is, in his own words, “very good at vegging”. It’s an unwitting pun from the Dubliner whose fast-growing frozen food business, Strong (...)

Signage for Sainsbury’s is seen on delivery vans at a branch of the supermarket in London. Photograph: Toby Melville/Reuters

Core sales at British supermarket group Sainsbury’s slipped in its key Christmas quarter as a drop in demand for toys and gaming products eclipsed a s(...)

The currency trader said on Tuesday a software virus identified on January 2nd was a ransomware attack

Staff at foreign exchange firm Travelex are using pen and paper to serve thousands of customers after the company said cyber hackers were holding its (...)

Ferries operator Irish Continental Group rose 2.2 per cent to €5.11

European shares closed higher on Tuesday after a choppy session, with technology stocks helped as US chipmaker group Microchip Technology raised its s(...)

Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Asda and Morrisons all suffered declines in sales over the Christmas period.

Morrisons was the big loser as Britain’s major food retailers endured their worst Christmas since 2014, hurt by intense competition and sustained cons(...)

In New York, Google parent Alphabet rose 2.2 per cent after Pivotal Research upgraded the stock to “buy”. Photograph: Loic Venance/AFP

European shares slipped on Monday as investors continued to trim risky bets amid escalating tensions between the United States and Iran. Gains for in(...)

Glenilen Farm: Yogurt accounts for about 60 per cent of sales while the dessert category has grown to about 25 per cent.

Yogurt maker Glenilen Farm is targeting up to 10 per cent growth next year, bringing sales towards the €5.5 million mark as it expands its range. Th(...)

A Sinn Féin Bill providing for a three-year rent freeze across the private rental market hit shares in the State’s largest landlord, Ires Reit.

European shares made small moves on Wednesday in anticipation of pivotal global events such as a US-China tariff deadline, the UK general election an(...)

French pharma group  Sanofi posted its best day in three years after announcing revamped margin goals a narrower drug focus. Photograph: Philippe Wojazer/Reuters

European shares fell for a second day running on Tuesday, but a 6 per cent jump in drugmaker Sanofi and a report that US and Chinese officials are pla(...)

Kevin the carrot escapes injury and rushes back to his disturbingly attractive carrot-wife.

It’s Black Friday, the pre-Christmas religious festival that celebrates, I believe, the time Jesus went shopping (he went to a Temple; there are other(...)

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