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# retail - Yesterday’s News

Your crash course in... Examinership

All you need to know about what happens when an examiner is appointed by the courts.

# retail - Saturday 28 May, 2016

From Business ETC Vaping businesses hit out as e-cigarette ads are banned Retail

Vaping businesses hit out as e-cigarette ads are banned

New laws will stop the nicotine-filled products being advertised virtually anywhere in Ireland.

# retail - Friday 27 May, 2016

From Business ETC Fridges and furniture are driving a mini boom in retail Retail

Fridges and furniture are driving a mini boom in retail

But the value of sales is still well off its 2007 peak as discounting cuts deep.

# retail - Thursday 26 May, 2016

From Business ETC Your crash course in... Examinership Policy

Your crash course in... Examinership

All you need to know about what happens when an examiner is appointed by the courts.

From Business ETC Tesco is discontinuing its 'Irish food' range in the UK Food And Drink

Tesco is discontinuing its 'Irish food' range in the UK

The company has featured the section in British stores since 2011.

# retail - Saturday 21 May, 2016

How Celtic Pure went from five-litre drums in the back of a van to 70 million bottles

As part of our weekly How My Business Works series, we profile the Monaghan-based water company.

# retail - Friday 20 May, 2016

From Business ETC Clery's buyer is suing investigators over a probe into the store's closure Work

Clery's buyer is suing investigators over a probe into the store's closure

D2 Private and its owner, Deidre Foley, have launched a High Court case against workplace officials.

These are the most popular brands for Irish shoppers

Brennans, Avonmore and Jacob’s are among the home-grown names that feature strongly.

# retail - Thursday 19 May, 2016

From Business ETC These are the most popular brands for Irish shoppers Retail

These are the most popular brands for Irish shoppers

Brennans, Avonmore and Jacob’s are among the home-grown names that feature strongly.

# retail - Wednesday 18 May, 2016

From Business ETC How Celtic Pure went from five-litre drums in the back of a van to 70 million bottles Manufacturing

How Celtic Pure went from five-litre drums in the back of a van to 70 million bottles

As part of our weekly How My Business Works series, we profile the Monaghan-based water company.

# retail - Monday 16 May, 2016

From Business ETC A second Ikea store is coming to Dublin this summer Retail

A second Ikea store is coming to Dublin this summer

The Carrickmines outlet will serve as a collection point for customers.

# retail - Friday 13 May, 2016

Forget pizza and curry, Just Eat sees its future in paleo and gluten-free foods

The company expects diet-conscious customers to drive its next phase of growth.

# retail - Thursday 12 May, 2016

From Business ETC Forget pizza and curry, Just Eat sees its future in paleo and gluten-free foods Food And Drink

Forget pizza and curry, Just Eat sees its future in paleo and gluten-free foods

The company expects diet-conscious customers to drive its next phase of growth.

1,400 jobs at risk as Debenhams Ireland goes into examinership

The company lost €6.7 million last year.

From Business ETC 1,400 jobs at risk as Debenhams Ireland goes into examinership Retail

1,400 jobs at risk as Debenhams Ireland goes into examinership

The company lost €6.7 million last year.

# retail - Tuesday 10 May, 2016

The Irish economy is haemorrhaging over €2 billion each year due to illicit trade

High cigarette and alcohol taxes are driving activity in the black market, a new report says.

From Business ETC The Irish economy is haemorrhaging over €2 billion each year due to illicit trade Retail

The Irish economy is haemorrhaging over €2 billion each year due to illicit trade

High cigarette and alcohol taxes are driving activity in the black market, a new report says.

# retail - Monday 9 May, 2016

Supervalu wins supermarket battle with campaign to encourage home-cooked meals

Grocery shoppers made an average of 5.25 trips to the supermarket every week this spring.

From Business ETC There are few clouds on the horizon for customer spending right now Internet

There are few clouds on the horizon for customer spending right now

April was a bumper month for most sectors with e-commerce leading the charge.

From Business ETC Boojum's backers plan to double the burrito chain's size by the end of 2016 Food And Drink

Boojum's backers plan to double the burrito chain's size by the end of 2016

Owners Renatus Capital have a €16 million pot of money and are looking for more investments.

# retail - Wednesday 4 May, 2016

From Business ETC How to get £2m out of the bank when you don't have a penny in it Health

How to get £2m out of the bank when you don't have a penny in it

As part of our weekly How My Business Works series we profile Meagher’s Pharmacy.

From Business ETC Europe's top court has cleared the way for plain packaging laws Retail

Europe's top court has cleared the way for plain packaging laws

The ECJ also approved a ban on menthol and other flavoured cigarettes.

# retail - Sunday 1 May, 2016

From Business ETC Clients are banging down the door of this growing Wexford giant of retail deliveries Retail

Clients are banging down the door of this growing Wexford giant of retail deliveries

Scurri is processing over €3 billion worth of goods a year.

It’s a woman's world... meet the man trying to crack the Irish beauty industry

As part of Fora’s weekly How My Business Works series – a profile of cosmetics brand Flormar Ireland.

# retail - Saturday 30 April, 2016

From Business ETC Retailers need to start preparing for their 'Uber moment' Retail

Retailers need to start preparing for their 'Uber moment'

Cisco’s Edward Westenberg says those that don’t embrace technology will miss out on a slice of billions.

# retail - Wednesday 27 April, 2016

From Business ETC It’s a woman's world - the man trying to crack the Irish beauty industry Retail

It’s a woman's world - the man trying to crack the Irish beauty industry

As part of our weekly How My Business Works series, we profile cosmetics brand Flormar Ireland.

# retail - Tuesday 26 April, 2016

The deals that led to the Clerys closure 'should be illegal'

But a government report has stopped short of calling for any changes to company law.

From Business ETC The deals that caused Clerys' closure 'should be illegal' Policy

The deals that caused Clerys' closure 'should be illegal'

But a government report has stopped short of calling for any changes to company law.

From Business ETC The digital camera will be 'completely extinct' by 2020 Retail

The digital camera will be 'completely extinct' by 2020

Ireland’s leading retail body has predicted the near-demise of the sector as sales plunge.

# retail - Thursday 21 April, 2016

From Business ETC The nation's top employer says there's more 'realism' in post-boom Ireland Policy

The nation's top employer says there's more 'realism' in post-boom Ireland

But Musgrave head Chris Martin wants more investment in both infrastructure and people.

# retail - Wednesday 20 April, 2016

Cars are virtually walking off the lots in Ireland and that's good news for everyone

Consumer confidence is picking up when people trade in their old models.

From Business ETC Cars are virtually walking off the lots and that's good news for everyone Transport

Cars are virtually walking off the lots and that's good news for everyone

Consumer confidence is picking up when people trade in their old models.

# retail - Thursday 14 April, 2016

Penneys opened its first Italian store today

It looks very fancy.

From The Daily Edge This Twitter story about a guy who faked his death to avoid a rude customer is priceless Get In The Tunnel

# retail - Tuesday 12 April, 2016

From Business ETC The seemingly unstoppable march of the specialist coffee joint Hospitality

The seemingly unstoppable march of the specialist coffee joint

The sector is growing the fastest of any in the global restaurant trade.

# retail - Monday 11 April, 2016

These are the supermarkets that won and lost in the Easter grocery battle

Everyone had a good few months.

# retail - Sunday 10 April, 2016

From Business ETC The tiny box helping local shops compete with the global giants Retail

The tiny box helping local shops compete with the global giants

Pointy has been quietly growing and its founders want all Irish retailers on board.

# retail - Thursday 7 April, 2016

From Business ETC The price of being a jeweller with a social conscience Retail

The price of being a jeweller with a social conscience

Becoming fair trade compliant can bring the feel-good factor – but how does it affect business?

# retail - Wednesday 6 April, 2016

From Business ETC 'Fossett's is part of the fibre of Ireland - we're the national circus' Media And Arts

'Fossett's is part of the fibre of Ireland - we're the national circus'

As part of our weekly How My Business Works series we look at Ireland’s most famous circus.

Four popular shopping complexes for sale at €80 million

The collection was originally part of a loan portfolio that was sold by Nama in 2013.

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