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# retail - Yesterday’s News

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# retail - Yesterday’s News

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’.

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

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

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.

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From Business ETC Investor takes majority stake in Sam McCauley Chemists in huge €50m deal Retail

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

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

# retail - Tuesday 16 May, 2017

Retailers want the parents of shoplifting children prosecuted

Currently children under the age of 12 do not have criminal responsibility for their actions.

From Business ETC Retailers want parents who use children for shoplifting to be prosecuted Retail

Retailers want parents who use children for shoplifting to be prosecuted

Stores are reporting more and more of the ‘orchestrated’ thefts.

# retail - Monday 15 May, 2017

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

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’.

# retail - Sunday 14 May, 2017

From Business ETC How to overcome your customers' 'irrational' choices and boost sales Retail

How to overcome your customers' 'irrational' choices and boost sales

Not all customer behaviours make the best financial sense.

The curious case of a Kildare shopping centre and the 'great wall of Dunnes'

The barrier stands at around six feet – not quite as high as its Chinese counterpart.

# retail - Saturday 13 May, 2017

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

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.

Ryanair's marketing chief: 'I don't want customers to love us'

Kenny Jacobs said the budget airline is now ‘nice enough’.

# retail - Thursday 11 May, 2017

From Business ETC 'You used to have five seconds to attract window shoppers. Now you have two' Retail

'You used to have five seconds to attract window shoppers. Now you have two'

The expert behind displays for the Kilkenny group delivers a masterclass in visual merchandising.

Ryanair's marketing chief: 'I don't want customers to love us'

Kenny Jacobs said the budget airline is now ‘nice enough’.

The curious case of a Kildare shopping centre and the 'great wall of Dunnes'

The barrier stands at around six feet – not quite as high as its Chinese counterpart.

# retail - Wednesday 10 May, 2017

From Business ETC Ryanair's marketing chief: 'I don't want customers to love us' Transport

Ryanair's marketing chief: 'I don't want customers to love us'

Kenny Jacobs said the budget airline is now ‘nice enough’.

# retail - Sunday 7 May, 2017

From Business ETC Aldi snitched on an Irish shopping-delivery startup for offering non-existent products Retail

Aldi snitched on an Irish shopping-delivery startup for offering non-existent products

The German discounter complained that items listed on Buymie’s app were misleading.

From Business ETC The curious case of a Kildare shopping centre and the 'great wall of Dunnes' Retail

The curious case of a Kildare shopping centre and the 'great wall of Dunnes'

The barrier stands at around six feet – not quite as high as its Chinese counterpart.

# retail - Thursday 4 May, 2017

One major UK supermarket is going 'British-only' for beef - and it wants others to follow suit

Irish farmers fear there will be a domino effect in the key export market as Brexit looms.

From Business ETC Lidl has been taken to task for advertising a 'cashmere' jumper with only 3% of the wool Retail

Lidl has been taken to task for advertising a 'cashmere' jumper with only 3% of the wool

The state’s advertising watchdog upheld a complaint about the product.

'The market wasn't ready at first, retailers ran a mile. We had to go back to the drawing board'

After biding his time, this entrepreneur wants to take over the world with sweet potato fries.

From Business ETC One major UK supermarket is going 'British-only' for beef - and it wants others to follow suit Agribusiness

One major UK supermarket is going 'British-only' for beef - and it wants others to follow suit

Irish farmers fear there will be a domino effect in the key export market as Brexit looms.

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From Business ETC Blanchardstown Centre has applied for a €15m extension Retail

Blanchardstown Centre has applied for a €15m extension

The 60,000 sq ft development would create several large retail units.

# retail - Monday 1 May, 2017

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 - Sunday 30 April, 2017

'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.

Dublin's George's Street Arcade: 'It's a bit old school in a city that's changing radically'

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

# retail - Friday 28 April, 2017

From Business ETC 'The market wasn't ready at first, retailers ran a mile. We had to go back to the drawing board' Insights

'The market wasn't ready at first, retailers ran a mile. We had to go back to the drawing board'

After biding his time, this entrepreneur wants to take over the world with sweet potato fries.

# retail - Thursday 27 April, 2017

'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 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.

'The place is full of character - odd people who make it up': Inside Dublin's George's Street Arcade

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

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