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# retail - Yesterday’s News

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# retail - Monday 24 April, 2017

From Business ETC Whatever happened to... A shopping centre to put the heart back in Naas? Building And Property

Whatever happened to... A shopping centre to put the heart back in Naas?

The Kildare town has suffered in the last few years, with many businesses closing down.

# retail - Sunday 23 April, 2017

From Business ETC Meet the businesses of... Dublin's George's Street Arcade Retail

Meet the businesses of... Dublin's George's Street Arcade

The iconic Victorian-era arcade shopping centre has been drawing customers for 135 years.

# retail - Saturday 22 April, 2017

From Business ETC Retail Ireland's new head wants to convince people that jobs in shops aren't just for students Retail

Retail Ireland's new head wants to convince people that jobs in shops aren't just for students

BWG Foods boss Willie O’Byrne was appointed to the role earlier this week.

# retail - Friday 21 April, 2017

From Business ETC 'We kicked ourselves for not expanding during the boom, but it would have crippled us' Insights

'We kicked ourselves for not expanding during the boom, but it would have crippled us'

After a life-threatening car crash, this entrepreneur returned home to help run his family business.

# retail - Thursday 20 April, 2017

'I could see my father's business was failing, but no one listened to me'

After watching her dad’s salon flounder, Marsha Abrahams used those lessons in her own career.

# retail - Sunday 16 April, 2017

From Business ETC Food fraud or fair play? The murky business of supermarkets selling 'Irish' seafood Food And Drink

Food fraud or fair play? The murky business of supermarkets selling 'Irish' seafood

The major chains have adopted similar approaches in marketing fish sourced from abroad.

# retail - Saturday 15 April, 2017

From Business ETC Michael Noonan says he's 'monitoring' prices in the North to help protect local retailers Food And Drink

Michael Noonan says he's 'monitoring' prices in the North to help protect local retailers

Businesses are worried high alcohol prices will send shoppers across the Border.

# retail - Friday 14 April, 2017

From Business ETC 'I could see my father's business was failing, but no one listened to me' Insights

'I could see my father's business was failing, but no one listened to me'

After watching her dad’s salon flounder, Marsha Abrahams used those lessons in her own career.

# retail - Wednesday 12 April, 2017

From Business ETC 'At 21, I knew an office job wasn't for me, so I started running restaurants' Food And Drink

'At 21, I knew an office job wasn't for me, so I started running restaurants'

As part of our How My Business Works series, we profile Dublin restaurant chain Cocu.

Tallaght's Square shopping centre is clear for expansion after its court battle with Dunnes

The development has been stalled for years, with the supermarket accused of ‘blocking’ tactics.

'At 21 I knew an office job wasn't for me, so I went into running restaurants'

As part of our How My Business Works series, we profile Dublin restaurant chain Cocu.

From Business ETC Supermac's has accused McDonald's of 'literally trademarking the McWorld' Food And Drink

Supermac's has accused McDonald's of 'literally trademarking the McWorld'

A request to cancel the US chain’s ‘Mc’ registration has been filed with the EU.

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From Business ETC Salad bar chain Chopped will open 26 new stores as it starts an 'international rollout' Food And Drink

Salad bar chain Chopped will open 26 new stores as it starts an 'international rollout'

Six of the fast-growing business’s outlets will be set up in the UK.

# retail - Monday 10 April, 2017

The price of Irish groceries has dropped for the first time in two years

Meanwhile, SuperValu has overtaken Dunnes Stores to become Ireland’s largest supermarket.

From Business ETC Eason's boss is stepping down after seven years at the bookseller's helm Retail

Eason's boss is stepping down after seven years at the bookseller's helm

The new managing director will be charged with implementing the company’s investment plans.

From Business ETC The price of Irish groceries has dropped for the first time in two years Retail

The price of Irish groceries has dropped for the first time in two years

Meanwhile, SuperValu has overtaken Dunnes Stores to become Ireland’s largest supermarket.

# retail - Sunday 9 April, 2017

Blanchardstown centre vacancies are at near-recession levels after its €945m sale

The shopping centre changed hands last June in Ireland’s biggest-ever single property deal.

Independent grocers' behind-the-scenes strategy to stall the march of the German giants

Industry body RGDATA has tried to block four Aldi and Lidl outlets so far this year.

# retail - Saturday 8 April, 2017

Losses at Carphone Warehouse's Irish arm soared to €12m last year

The retailer has spent lots of money on its new ’3-in-1′ stores.

# retail - Friday 7 April, 2017

From Business ETC Tallaght's Square shopping centre is clear for expansion after its court battle with Dunnes Building And Property

Tallaght's Square shopping centre is clear for expansion after its court battle with Dunnes

The development has been stalled for years, with the supermarket accused of ‘blocking’ tactics.

# retail - Thursday 6 April, 2017

'People looked at me strangely. They didn't get why I left my job as a doctor to publish books'

When Eileen Forrestal’s business and medical careers clashed, one had to go.

Independent grocers' behind-the-scenes strategy to stall the march of the German giants

Industry body RGDATA has tried to block four Aldi and Lidl outlets so far this year.

Blanchardstown centre vacancies are at near-recession levels after its €945m sale

The shopping centre changed hands last June in Ireland’s biggest-ever single property deal.

# retail - Tuesday 4 April, 2017

From Business ETC 'People looked at me strangely. They didn't get why I left my job as a doctor to publish books' Insights

'People looked at me strangely. They didn't get why I left my job as a doctor to publish books'

When Eileen Forrestal’s business and medical careers clashed, one had to go.

From Business ETC Losses at Carphone Warehouse's Irish arm soared to €12m last year Retail

Losses at Carphone Warehouse's Irish arm soared to €12m last year

The retailer has spent lots of money on its new ’3-in-1′ stores.

# retail - Sunday 2 April, 2017

From Business ETC Independent grocers' behind-the-scenes strategy to stall the march of the German giants Retail

Independent grocers' behind-the-scenes strategy to stall the march of the German giants

Industry body RGDATA has tried to block four Aldi and Lidl outlets so far this year.

# retail - Saturday 1 April, 2017

Whatever happened to... Arnotts' €750m plan to create Dublin's 'premier' shopping street?

The capital’s oldest department store made an ill-fated move into property during the boom.

From Business ETC Blanchardstown centre vacancies are at near-recession levels after its €945m sale Retail

Blanchardstown centre vacancies are at near-recession levels after its €945m sale

The shopping centre changed hands last June in Ireland’s biggest-ever single property deal.

# retail - Thursday 30 March, 2017

Whatever happened to... Arnotts' €750m plan to create Dublin's 'premier' shopping street?

The capital’s oldest department store made an ill-fated move into property during the boom.

# retail - Wednesday 29 March, 2017

From Business ETC Retailers say a rising number of parents are using children to shoplift on their behalf Retail

Retailers say a rising number of parents are using children to shoplift on their behalf

Increasing insurance claims and Brexit worries are also weighing on the sector.

# retail - Sunday 26 March, 2017

From Business ETC Whatever happened to... Arnotts' €750m plan to create Dublin's 'premier' shopping street? Building And Property

Whatever happened to... Arnotts' €750m plan to create Dublin's 'premier' shopping street?

The capital’s oldest department store made an ill-fated move into property during the boom.

'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.

# retail - Friday 24 March, 2017

From Business ETC A vendor who spent 40 years selling papers in Dun Laoghaire could be forced to wheel away Retail

A vendor who spent 40 years selling papers in Dun Laoghaire could be forced to wheel away

The man sells newspapers out of a buggy at the entrance of the town’s shopping centre.

# retail - Thursday 23 March, 2017

'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.

# 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 around 100,000 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 100,000 sq m under the deal.

# 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.

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