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Czech businessman Daniel Kretinsky is known as the ‘Czech sphinx’ for his inscrutable business manner. Photograph: Joel Saget/AFP via Getty Images

The Czech billionaire Daniel Kretinsky is in talks with West Ham over a deal to buy a minority stake. The co-owners, David Sullivan and David Gold, h(...)

Tesco said its sales declined in the first quarter, reflecting the impact of stockpiling in the prior year which was ‘particularly marked due to earlier and stricter lockdown restrictions than in the UK’.  Photograph:  Nick Ansell/PA Wire

Tesco’s sales in the Republic in the first half of its financial year declined by about 2 per cent to €1.45 billion when compared with the same period(...)

Discount grocer Aldi will continue to expand UK store numbers rather than its digital offering even as the Covid-19 pandemic has driven more consumers to shop online.

Discount grocer Aldi will continue to expand UK store numbers rather than its digital offering even as the Covid-19 pandemic has driven more consumers(...)

Keywords Studios provides services across over 50 languages and multiple games platforms

Bertrand Bodson has been appointed as the new chief executive of Keywords Studios, the Dublin-founded but London-listed video games specialist. Mr Bo(...)

 Russia’s Daniil Medvedev celebrates his win over Serbia’s Novak Djokovic in the final of the US Open. Photograph:  Timothy A Clary/AFP via Getty Images

Something was wrong. The machine was malfunctioning. The power was blinking on and off. Routine backhands were dropping into the net. Forehands were f(...)

Sainsbury’s shares dipped 1.2 per cent after it told customers and staff that it will shut all its shops on December 26th to give staff time off. Photograph: iStock

European stocks ended higher for the first time in five days on Monday as oil, banks and utility shares gained on hopes that a strong euro-zone econo(...)

Sainsbury’s is sourcing products from Spar wholesaler Henderson Group in a bid to fill the gaps in its Northern Irish supply chain caused by Brexit bureaucracy. Photograph: iStock  Sainsbury’s is sourcing products from Spar wholesaler Henderson Group in a bid to fill the gaps in its Northern Irish supply chain caused by Brexit bureaucracy. Photograph: iStock

If you live in the Republic – like it or not – you’re subject to a veritable blizzard of economic news. We pick over every minute gyration of the econ(...)

Packaging group Smurfit Kappa added 0.7% to €49.30

European stocks ended unchanged on Wednesday as losses in Italian utilities outweighed gains in travel and bank stocks, while global markets were rang(...)

Musgrave’s brands include SuperValu, Centra, Mace, Donnybrook Fair and  La Rousse. The group is one of the biggest players in the Irish grocery market.  Photograph: Cyril Byrne

SuperValu and Centra franchise owner Musgrave is joining a legal action seeking compensation from Visa and Mastercard for charging fees in breach of c(...)

Patrick Coveney, chief executive of Greencore, which  has reported that adjusted revenues soared by 53 per cent in the three months to June to £360.2 million, just 3 per cent below pre-Covid levels. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Investors have found shares in Greencore, the largest sandwich maker in the UK, about as palatable as one of its chicken wraps that has been left for(...)

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