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# retail - Yesterday’s News

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# retail - Yesterday’s News

From Business ETC Paddy Cosgrave: 'Maybe one day we can make this a 20,000-person event in Dublin' Financial Services

Paddy Cosgrave: 'Maybe one day we can make this a 20,000-person event in Dublin'

The Web Summit head says next year’s Moneyconf will be focused on retail.

# retail - Thursday 22 June, 2017

How a top commercial property boss would fix struggling Irish town centres

Enda Luddy, the head of CBRE Ireland, says strong shops should be clustered together.

The story behind Bray's two-decade wait for a controversial shopping centre

The €25 million Florentine Shopping Centre was recently put out to tender.

# retail - Sunday 18 June, 2017

From Business ETC How a top commercial property boss would fix struggling Irish town centres Retail

How a top commercial property boss would fix struggling Irish town centres

Enda Luddy, the head of CBRE Ireland, says strong shops should be clustered together.

How airports make a fortune flogging giant Toblerones and the like to flyers

Duty-free has become an essential business for international travel hubs.

# retail - Saturday 17 June, 2017

From Business ETC The story behind Bray's two-decade wait for a controversial shopping centre Retail

The story behind Bray's two-decade wait for a controversial shopping centre

The €25 million Florentine Shopping Centre was recently put out to tender.

'We'll have nothing': After 65 years, one of Donegal's most famous butchers is closing

McGettigans Butchers has won numerous awards and was visited by Prince Charles.

# retail - Friday 16 June, 2017

From Business ETC 'We're still feeling the effects of customers going bust, just walking away and stinging us' Insights

'We're still feeling the effects of customers going bust, just walking away and stinging us'

After decades in business, this horticulturist shares what he has learned from surviving the tough times.

# retail - Thursday 15 June, 2017

'My business shut and I was pregnant with my first child, but I still owed €30k. So I just kept working'

After her gastropubs closed down, this cook was determined to pay her debts and fight back.

How airports make a fortune flogging giant Toblerones and the like to flyers

Duty-free has become an essential business for international travel hubs.

'We'll have nothing': After 65 years, one of Donegal's most famous butchers is closing

McGettigans Butchers has won numerous awards and was visited by Prince Charles.

From Business ETC 'We'll have nothing': After 65 years, one of Donegal's most famous butchers is closing Food And Drink

'We'll have nothing': After 65 years, one of Donegal's most famous butchers is closing

McGettigans Butchers has won numerous awards and was visited by Prince Charles.

# retail - Tuesday 13 June, 2017

From Business ETC Shoppers' in-store spending keeps sliding as bargain-hunters head online Retail

Shoppers' in-store spending keeps sliding as bargain-hunters head online

Many consumers aren’t feeling any benefit from a stronger economy.

From Business ETC Profits nearly doubled at fancy grocer Fallon & Byrne last year Food And Drink

Profits nearly doubled at fancy grocer Fallon & Byrne last year

The upmarket food store also reported sales of more than €13m.

# retail - Monday 12 June, 2017

From Business ETC Off-licences say online sellers are dodging high alcohol taxes by labelling drinks 'collectables' Food And Drink

Off-licences say online sellers are dodging high alcohol taxes by labelling drinks 'collectables'

Trade body Noffla wants officials to bring in new rules for offshore vendors.

# retail - Sunday 11 June, 2017

From Business ETC How airports make a fortune flogging giant Toblerones and the like to flyers Retail

How airports make a fortune flogging giant Toblerones and the like to flyers

Duty-free has become an essential business for international travel hubs.

# retail - Friday 9 June, 2017

From Business ETC 'My business shut and I was pregnant with my first child, but I still owed €30k. So I just kept working' Insights

'My business shut and I was pregnant with my first child, but I still owed €30k. So I just kept working'

After her gastropubs closed down, this cook was determined to pay her debts and fight back.

# retail - Thursday 8 June, 2017

From Business ETC Profits doubled at salad chain Chopped last year ahead of its planned UK expansion Food And Drink

Profits doubled at salad chain Chopped last year ahead of its planned UK expansion

The firm now has 26 outlets across the island of Ireland.

'There was a period after we sold to Google when I thought I'd never do that again'

After selling his first startup, Plink, this tech entrepreneur is back with a retail game-changer.

# retail - Tuesday 6 June, 2017

Drogheda has the least 'healthy' shopping centre in the country

That’s according to a new study by trade body Retail Excellence Ireland.

From Business ETC Drogheda has the least 'healthy' shopping centre in the country Retail

Drogheda has the least 'healthy' shopping centre in the country

That’s according to a new study by trade body Retail Excellence Ireland.

# retail - Friday 2 June, 2017

From Business ETC 'There was a period after we sold to Google when I thought I'd never do that again' Insights

'There was a period after we sold to Google when I thought I'd never do that again'

After selling his first startup, Plink, this tech entrepreneur is back with a retail game-changer.

# retail - Thursday 1 June, 2017

How Cork's Market Hub was taken over by a €400m French labelling giant

Roy Horgan recently sold a majority stake in his four-year-old company.

Eason has sold out of the newspaper and magazine distribution trade

The 130-year-old retailer offloaded its stake in EM News Distribution for €3.6 million.

# retail - Wednesday 31 May, 2017

A Meath man has been given a suspended sentence for taking part in a 'carpet cartel'

The price-fixing involved one of Ireland’s biggest commercial flooring firms, Aston Carpets.

From Business ETC A Meath man has been given a suspended sentence for taking part in a 'carpet cartel' Retail

A Meath man has been given a suspended sentence for taking part in a 'carpet cartel'

The price-fixing involved one of Ireland’s biggest commercial flooring firms, Aston Carpets.

# retail - Tuesday 30 May, 2017

From Business ETC Fancy an adventure? Outdoor clothing chain Regatta is opening stores across Ireland Retail

Fancy an adventure? Outdoor clothing chain Regatta is opening stores across Ireland

The company plans to hire 100 new staff.

From Business ETC Eason has sold out of the newspaper and magazine distribution trade Media And Arts

Eason has sold out of the newspaper and magazine distribution trade

The 130-year-old retailer has offloaded its stake in EM News Distribution for €3.6 million.

# retail - Sunday 28 May, 2017

Retailers say Dunnes is 'undermining' town-centre trade by sitting on empty shops

The supermarket chain was accused of ‘choking’ development with its practices.

# retail - Saturday 27 May, 2017

From Business ETC How Cork's Market Hub was taken over by a €400m French labelling giant Retail

How Cork's Market Hub was taken over by a €400m French labelling giant

Roy Horgan recently sold a majority stake in his four-year-old company.

# retail - Friday 26 May, 2017

From Business ETC Dublin's famous Dr Quirkey's arcade rings up a €1m profit Retail

Dublin's famous Dr Quirkey's arcade rings up a €1m profit

The company is owned by Richard Quirke, one of Ireland’s richest businessmen.

# retail - Thursday 25 May, 2017

From Business ETC Why Google Shopping is such a big deal for retailers - and how to make it work for you Retail

Why Google Shopping is such a big deal for retailers - and how to make it work for you

Wolfgang Digital boss Alan Coleman delivers a masterclass in the e-commerce tool.

Retailers say Dunnes is 'undermining' town-centre trade by sitting on empty shops

The supermarket chain was accused of ‘choking’ development with its practices.

Never back down: How Dunnes battles and confounds its landlords

The company is known for its secrecy – and its unwillingness to compromise.

# retail - Monday 22 May, 2017

From Business ETC Ireland's biggest coffee chain is plotting a leap into Germany Food And Drink

Ireland's biggest coffee chain is plotting a leap into Germany

Insomnia says it will have 175 outlets by the end of the year.

From Business ETC Retailers say Dunnes is 'undermining' town-centre trade by sitting on empty shops Retail

Retailers say Dunnes is 'undermining' town-centre trade by sitting on empty shops

The supermarket chain was accused of ‘choking’ development with its practices.

# retail - Sunday 21 May, 2017

Harvey Norman's security chief: 'I've caught nuns, priests and neighbours shoplifting'

Michael Neary warned that retail managers aren’t equipped to deal with court cases against thieves.

From Business ETC Never back down: How Dunnes battles and confounds its landlords Retail

Never back down: How Dunnes battles and confounds its landlords

The company is known for its secrecy – and its unwillingness to compromise.

# retail - Thursday 18 May, 2017

Investor takes majority stake in Sam McCauley Chemists in huge €50m deal

The pharmacy chain was set up in Wexford almost 60 years ago.

Shannon Airport's duty-free is getting a major makeover, complete with 'water wall'

The airport’s retail chief is promising features that ‘the finance guys will think are mad’.

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