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#Retail

# retail - Tuesday 21 March, 2017

A €280m Saudi-backed development could make Waterford 'Ireland's top regional city'

The Fawaz Alhokair Group is reportedly planning to develop more than 50,000 sq m under the deal.

From Business ETC 'I was looking for an excuse to come home. But there was a recession on and I had no job' Insights

'I was looking for an excuse to come home. But there was a recession on and I had no job'

This businesswoman dabbled in a few careers before she brought the Inglot makeup brand to Ireland.

From Business ETC A €280m Saudi-backed development could make Waterford 'Ireland's top regional city' Building And Property

A €280m Saudi-backed development could make Waterford 'Ireland's top regional city'

The Fawaz Alhokair Group is reportedly planning to develop more than 50,000 sq m under the deal.

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# retail - Monday 20 March, 2017

From Business ETC Ireland's 'fastest-growing tech company' is set to double in size within two years Retail

Ireland's 'fastest-growing tech company' is set to double in size within two years

Retail software firm eShopWorld says it will hit 400 staff in 2019.

# retail - Saturday 18 March, 2017

Cake and chocolate maker Broderick's plans to hitch a ride on the 'healthy' snacks craze

The company is setting up a major new factory in Tallaght, which it hopes to throw open to public tours.

# retail - Friday 17 March, 2017

Over a dozen Irish shopping centres changed hands last year. Here are the biggest deals

Blanchardstown Town Centre was sold in Ireland’s most expensive-ever property deal.

# retail - Wednesday 15 March, 2017

Over a dozen Irish shopping centres changed hands last year. Here are the biggest deals

Blanchardstown Town Centre was sold in Ireland’s most expensive-ever property deal.

Cake and chocolate maker Broderick's plans to hitch a ride on the 'healthy' snacks craze

The company is setting up a major new factory in Tallaght, which it hopes to throw open to public tours.

Irish banks have quietly shed thousands of retail staff as they turn to digital

Further branch closures and cuts are expected as the banks return to profits.

Dublin's Base pizza has recruited an Italian robot to roll its dough

The company is spending close to €1 million overhauling its headquarters and stores.

# retail - Tuesday 14 March, 2017

From Business ETC Over a dozen Irish shopping centres changed hands last year. Here are the biggest deals Building And Property

Over a dozen Irish shopping centres changed hands last year. Here are the biggest deals

Blanchardstown Town Centre was sold in Ireland’s most expensive-ever property deal.

# retail - Monday 13 March, 2017

From Business ETC Tesco sales have gone backwards after a month of strikes Retail

Tesco sales have gone backwards after a month of strikes

The retailer’s market share is also slipping.

From Business ETC A Centra shop must pay thousands to a woman who fractured her tooth on a 'rock-hard' roll Retail

A Centra shop must pay thousands to a woman who fractured her tooth on a 'rock-hard' roll

The store in Fairview was ordered to pay more than €17,000 in damages.

From Business ETC Cake and chocolate maker Broderick's plans to hitch a ride on the 'healthy' snacks craze Food And Drink

Cake and chocolate maker Broderick's plans to hitch a ride on the 'healthy' snacks craze

The company is setting up a major new factory in Tallaght, which it hopes to throw open to public tours.

# retail - Sunday 12 March, 2017

From Business ETC Irish banks have quietly shed thousands of retail staff as they turn to digital Financial Services

Irish banks have quietly shed thousands of retail staff as they turn to digital

Further branch closures and cuts are expected as the banks return to profits.

# retail - Saturday 11 March, 2017

From Business ETC Dublin's Base pizza has recruited an Italian robot to roll its dough Food And Drink

Dublin's Base pizza has recruited an Italian robot to roll its dough

The company is spending close to €1 million overhauling its headquarters and stores.

# retail - Tuesday 7 March, 2017

Dublin's famous Dr Quirkey's arcade has fallen foul of the taxman

The company behind the O’Connell St venue was on the latest Revenue tax defaulters list.

From Business ETC Dublin's famous Dr Quirkey's arcade has fallen foul of the taxman Retail

Dublin's famous Dr Quirkey's arcade has fallen foul of the taxman

The company behind the O’Connell St venue was on the latest Revenue tax defaulters list.

From Business ETC Two years after its launch, Apple Pay has finally arrived in Ireland Financial Services

Two years after its launch, Apple Pay has finally arrived in Ireland

Android launched a similar payment service for its devices three months ago.

# retail - Monday 6 March, 2017

Life Style Sports and PowerCity have been slapped on the wrist for breaching consumer laws

The retailer was handed a small fine for failing to repay delivery fees on cancelled orders.

From Business ETC Life Style Sports has been slapped on the wrist for breaching consumer laws Retail

Life Style Sports has been slapped on the wrist for breaching consumer laws

The retailer was handed a small fine for failing to repay delivery fees on cancelled orders.

# retail - Saturday 4 March, 2017

'We've seen mistakes in Dublin in the past. We don't want the Liberties to become soulless'

We look at how business is faring in the Dublin neighbourhood as it undergoes regeneration.

# retail - Friday 3 March, 2017

'We've seen mistakes in Dublin in the past. We don't want the Liberties to become soulless'

We look at how business is faring in the Dublin neighbourhood as it undergoes regeneration.

# retail - Thursday 2 March, 2017

'It's not about the money any more. If it was, we wouldn't be in the ice cream business'

After quitting school, this ice cream van driver went back to college to reinvent his family’s business.

The owners of Westport House have bought an Australian workwear brand for €7.5m

A clothing firm run by the Hughes family has bought rival Prime Mover Workwear.

From Business ETC The owners of Westport House have snapped up an Australian workwear brand Manufacturing

The owners of Westport House have snapped up an Australian workwear brand

A clothing firm run by the Hughes family has bought rival Prime Mover Workwear.

Irish shops told to 'ditch your app and invest in Instagram'

A focus on social media is being encouraged on the basis of a new survey of Irish shoppers.

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From Business ETC Advice for Irish shops: Ditch your app and invest in Instagram Retail

Advice for Irish shops: Ditch your app and invest in Instagram

A third of Irish people think they will do most of their shopping through their mobile

# retail - Sunday 26 February, 2017

From Business ETC 'We've seen mistakes in Dublin in the past. We don't want the Liberties to become soulless' Policy

'We've seen mistakes in Dublin in the past. We don't want the Liberties to become soulless'

We look at how business is faring in the Dublin neighbourhood as it undergoes regeneration.

# retail - Saturday 25 February, 2017

A quarter of the cash from Clerys' liquidation has gone to accountants and lawyers

The state was forced to pick up the €2 million tab for sacked workers’ redundancy entitlements.

# retail - Friday 24 February, 2017

From Business ETC 'It's not about the money any more. If it was, we wouldn't be in the ice cream business' Insights

'It's not about the money any more. If it was, we wouldn't be in the ice cream business'

After quitting school, this ice cream van driver went back to college to reinvent his family’s business.

From Business ETC A quarter of the cash from Clerys' liquidation has gone to accountants and lawyers Work

A quarter of the cash from Clerys' liquidation has gone to accountants and lawyers

The state was forced to pick up the €2 million tab for sacked workers’ redundancy entitlements.

# retail - Thursday 23 February, 2017

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

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

'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.

# retail - Wednesday 22 February, 2017

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.

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