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Thursday 30 November 2023 Dublin: 3°C

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Irish boutique Cari's Closet responds to criticism made on anonymous Instagram account
The boutique came under fire in posts on the Instagram page earlier this week.
M&S to close 100 stores across the UK by 2020
No Irish stores will be affected as part of the move.
Going to the shops? Many stores and supermarkets are now open
Limited opening hours for some major supermarkets and local shops.
Stores seek to reassure customers about bread supplies ahead of Storm Emma
Tesco have said they’ve asked their suppliers for 20% more fresh bread from tomorrow.
Tesco and union still split as Valentine's Day strike looms large
Nine Tesco stores are set to go on strike on Tuesday 14 February.
Suspension of strikes at more than 70 Tesco stores
The action had been set to go ahead on Monday.
Lidl staff to get a bump in their wages with supermarket to pay €11.50 an hour
The pay increase will be introduced from 1 November.
Three-quarters of Dunnes Stores workers are on part-time flexible contracts
This comes from a survey carried out by Mandate Trade Union on worker satisfaction.
Primark strikes deal with Sears to open its first US stores
Seven, in fact. Thanks Penneys… or, eh, Sears…
Centra announces 400 new jobs at 20 additional stores
The brand is to create the jobs at locations around the country.
Wallis strike comes to an end after five weeks
The strike could have escalated to include stores in Blanchardstown and Liffey Valley, had a satisfactory conclusion not been reached.
Many Bangladesh factory collapse victims still waiting on compensation
To date only one company, Primark, has provided financial support to survivors and has called on other brands to follow suit
MACE strategy to see 1,200 new jobs by 2016
The company is to add 100 new stores to its network by 2016.
Late shoppers may be penalised as stores run low on toys and tablets
This is not a drill. Furbys are heading towards extinction and iPad Minis are all sold out.
Discount retailer to create 300 Irish jobs
The discount retailer celebrated its first anniversary of trading in Ireland with the announcement it will open ten new Irish stores in 2013.
In pics: The biggest shopping centre on the planet
Let’s go inside Dubai Mall, which has over 600 shops, a 22-screen cinema, a replica of London’s Regent Square and ice skating rink.
Peats 'World of Electronics' to exit examinership
The long-running Dublin chain is set to exit examinership following a successful meeting with creditors.
DAA opens its first stores in China
The stores opened in the Changshui International Airport – the fourth largest terminal building in China.
460 jobs saved as fashion chain A|wear bought out
A group of international investors stepped in after the retailer went into receivership last night.
High retail rents costing jobs, say stores
High rents for retail stores are costing jobs, company owners have said. A review by Retail Excellence Ireland said that rents were reduced by nearly 4 per cent over a two-year period, while 50,000 jobs were lost in the sector.