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# retail - Today’s News

From Business ETC Lidl is in trouble for selling 'fresh' fish that was really frozen in Namibia Retail

Lidl is in trouble for selling 'fresh' fish that was really frozen in Namibia

The complaint related to Lidl’s Inismara brand of seafood products.

# retail - Sunday 19 February, 2017

From Business ETC 'Put down your phone and chat': What food producers should do to make it at the markets Food And Drink

'Put down your phone and chat': What food producers should do to make it at the markets

Many of Ireland’s most successful food businesses have cut their teeth at weekend stalls.

'What do you do when your business fails? You pick up the pieces'

As part of our weekly How My Business Works series, we profile Sligo food firm Good4U.

# retail - Friday 17 February, 2017

From Business ETC 'I got into property because I thought it was easy money. But there is no such thing as easy money' Insights

'I got into property because I thought it was easy money. But there is no such thing as easy money'

This tailor followed in his father’s footsteps at a retailer synonymous with Irish menswear.

From Business ETC The co-founder of Ryanair has joined the board of Dublin startup FoodCloud Food And Drink

The co-founder of Ryanair has joined the board of Dublin startup FoodCloud

The non-profit organisation helps businesses redistribute surplus food to charities.

# retail - Thursday 16 February, 2017

'What do you do when your business fails? You pick up the pieces'

As part of our weekly How My Business Works series, we profile Sligo food firm Good4U.

# retail - Wednesday 15 February, 2017

From Business ETC 'What do you do when your business fails? You pick up the pieces' Food And Drink

'What do you do when your business fails? You pick up the pieces'

As part of our weekly How My Business Works series, we profile Sligo food firm Good4U.

Why the Roscommon man running the food giant behind Cuisine de France has resigned

Owen Killian announced yesterday that he is stepping down as CEO of Aryzta.

# retail - Tuesday 14 February, 2017

From Business ETC Why the Roscommon man running the food giant behind Cuisine de France just resigned Food And Drink

Why the Roscommon man running the food giant behind Cuisine de France just resigned

Owen Killian announced this morning that he is stepping down as CEO of Aryzta.

From Business ETC Inside Tesco Ireland's 'Project Black' - and the reasons why it has the unions so worried Retail

Inside Tesco Ireland's 'Project Black' - and the reasons why it has the unions so worried

Mandate has called ‘indefinite’ strikes in stores starting today.

# retail - Thursday 9 February, 2017

'I got kicked out of my office, couldn't afford my rent and moved home – but I knew I'd start again'

After his IT security business folded, this entrepreneur made the unlikely jump into making pocket squares.

# retail - Tuesday 7 February, 2017

From Business ETC Tesco staff are going on 'indefinite' strike over cuts to long-standing workers' pay Retail

Tesco staff are going on 'indefinite' strike over cuts to long-standing workers' pay

Up to 15 stores could be affected by the stoppages.

# retail - Monday 6 February, 2017

Poll: Where do you do most of your shopping? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Where do you do most of your shopping?

Do you prefer going online or in store?

Irish retailers claim they didn't have a very merry Christmas

Irish retailers claim they didn't have a very merry Christmas

Retail Ireland called their latest shopping figures “disappointing”.

# retail - Friday 3 February, 2017

From Business ETC SuperValu has scrapped a 'free veg' promotion that outraged farmers Retail

SuperValu has scrapped a 'free veg' promotion that outraged farmers

The IFA had accused the retailer of acting ‘unethically’.

# retail - Friday 27 January, 2017

From Business ETC Losses have snowballed to nearly €14m at GameStop's Irish arm Retail

Losses have snowballed to nearly €14m at GameStop's Irish arm

But the retailer said it was satisfied with its financial performance as sales steadied in 2015.

From Business ETC Penneys will take centre stage in a new €70m Carlow shopping centre Building And Property

Penneys will take centre stage in a new €70m Carlow shopping centre

A further €7m investment was announced by synthetic diamond suppliers Element Six in Shannon.

# retail - Sunday 22 January, 2017

Whatever happened to... A mega shopping centre in Dublin's Point Village?

The centre was built by developer Harry Crosbie years ago but is still deserted.

# retail - Friday 20 January, 2017

Irish haircare brand - and celeb favourite - Viviscal has been sold for €150m

Lifes2Good has sold its celebrity-endorsed range to US manufacturer Dwight & Church.

From Business ETC Galway-based haircare brand Viviscal has been sold for €150m to a Nasdaq-listed firm Retail

Galway-based haircare brand Viviscal has been sold for €150m to a Nasdaq-listed firm

Lifes2Good has sold its celebrity-endorsed range to US manufacturer Dwight & Church.

# retail - Thursday 19 January, 2017

From Business ETC Hickey's pharmacy chain coining it in as profits jump above €4m Retail

Hickey's pharmacy chain coining it in as profits jump above €4m

The company employs about 280 people and has over two dozen stores across the country.

# retail - Tuesday 17 January, 2017

From Business ETC Double-digit commercial rent rises should become a thing of the past this year Building And Property

Double-digit commercial rent rises should become a thing of the past this year

But businesses looking to rent industrial space are in for a rude shock.

# retail - Monday 16 January, 2017

From Business ETC Irish shoppers spent an extra €92m over Christmas as SuperValu emerges on top Retail

Irish shoppers spent an extra €92m over Christmas as SuperValu emerges on top

But new sales figures show Aldi was the fastest-growing major chain during the period.

SuperValu wins the Christmas supermarket war

Irish shoppers spent an extra €92 million on groceries over the festive period.

From Business ETC Whatever happened to... A mega shopping centre in Dublin's Point Village? Retail

Whatever happened to... A mega shopping centre in Dublin's Point Village?

The centre was built by developer Harry Crosbie years ago but is still deserted.

# retail - Sunday 15 January, 2017

Sisters behind Irish fashion startup Opsh step down after falling victim to the 'investment chasm'

The company has received nearly €1 million in funding.

# retail - Saturday 14 January, 2017

‘If I pop my clogs in the morning the company could keep going. That’s a sign of success'

As part of our How My Business Works series we profile the company behind Smooch ice cream.

# retail - Thursday 12 January, 2017

From Business ETC Fewer Irish shops are going to the wall as the high street recovers Retail

Fewer Irish shops are going to the wall as the high street recovers

There was a big drop in insolvencies in the retail industry last year.

# retail - Wednesday 11 January, 2017

From Business ETC ‘If I pop my clogs in the morning the company could keep going. That’s a sign of success' Food And Drink

‘If I pop my clogs in the morning the company could keep going. That’s a sign of success'

As part of our How My Business Works series we profile the company behind Smooch ice cream.

# retail - Tuesday 10 January, 2017

From Business ETC Sisters behind fashion startup Opsh step away after falling victim to the 'investment chasm' Internet

Sisters behind fashion startup Opsh step away after falling victim to the 'investment chasm'

The company has received nearly €1 million in funding.

From Business ETC Spending in brick-and-mortar stores has fallen for the third month in a row Retail

Spending in brick-and-mortar stores has fallen for the third month in a row

Irish consumers flock away from the high street to spend online instead.

# retail - Sunday 8 January, 2017

Cricket powder and getting over the 'gross factor' - the unlikely business of edible insects

Lara Hanlon, founder of Éntomo, wants to see Ireland cultivate an entomophagy industry.

# retail - Saturday 7 January, 2017

From Business ETC Cricket powder and getting over the 'gross factor' - the unlikely business of edible insects Food And Drink

Cricket powder and getting over the 'gross factor' - the unlikely business of edible insects

Lara Hanlon, founder of Éntomo, wants to see Ireland cultivate an entomophagy industry.

# retail - Thursday 5 January, 2017

From Business ETC Black Friday helped bolster strong retail sales in the lead-up to Christmas Retail

Black Friday helped bolster strong retail sales in the lead-up to Christmas

But the November period was also characterised by heavy discounting for traders.

# retail - Tuesday 3 January, 2017

From Business ETC 2016 was the biggest year for new car sales since the recession Transport

2016 was the biggest year for new car sales since the recession

And the industry is expecting to record similar results in 2017.

# retail - Monday 2 January, 2017

From Business ETC Plot twist - Book sales are up, but they're worth less and less to retailers Retail

Plot twist - Book sales are up, but they're worth less and less to retailers

Retail Ireland says the weak pound has knocked up to 15% off the value of some stocks.

# retail - Saturday 31 December, 2016

'It's not just about silly glasses' - How Tiger Ireland is plotting its next phase of expansion

The Irish offshoot of the Danish brand plans to target Waterford, Wexford and Kilkenny next.

# retail - Friday 30 December, 2016

From Business ETC 'It's not just about silly glasses' - How Tiger Ireland is plotting its next phase of expansion Retail

'It's not just about silly glasses' - How Tiger Ireland is plotting its next phase of expansion

The Irish offshoot of the Danish brand plans to target Waterford, Wexford and Kilkenny next.

# retail - Tuesday 27 December, 2016

From Business ETC 'It has never been a better time to be an Irish shopper': Retailers struggle as prices fall Retail

'It has never been a better time to be an Irish shopper': Retailers struggle as prices fall

Retail Ireland said many shops had been hit by competition from UK based online retailers and cross border trade.

'It has never been a better time to be an Irish shopper': Retailers struggle as prices fall

Retail Ireland said many shops had been hit by competition from UK based online retailers and cross border trade.

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