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#Retail

# retail - Tuesday 1 May, 2018

From TheJournal.ie Supermarket own-brand products reduce sugar to avoid new 30c tax Sweetening The Deal

Supermarket own-brand products reduce sugar to avoid new 30c tax

The sugar tax comes into effect today.

# retail - Saturday 28 April, 2018

From TheJournal.ie Why some fashion stores like Penneys and TK Maxx resist selling online Stick To The Knitting

Why some fashion stores like Penneys and TK Maxx resist selling online

Despite its popularity, e-commerce doesn’t always make business sense.

# retail - Thursday 12 April, 2018

From TheJournal.ie Arnotts is getting an €11 million facelift Revamp

Arnotts is getting an €11 million facelift

That news was welcomed by business group Dublin Chamber.

# retail - Wednesday 11 April, 2018

From TheJournal.ie Worker wins right to bonus which was revoked after she drove through a car park barrier to collect children Dispute

Worker wins right to bonus which was revoked after she drove through a car park barrier to collect children

The woman received an eight-month written warning as a result of her actions.

# retail - Friday 30 March, 2018

From Business ETC The 'Beast from the East' gave Irish grocers a €10m sales boost Retail

The 'Beast from the East' gave Irish grocers a €10m sales boost

Consumers spent more than usual on wine, beer and frozen food during the storm.

# retail - Thursday 15 March, 2018

From Business ETC Caffé Nero plans to ramp up its Irish expansion after profits quadruple Food And Drink

Caffé Nero plans to ramp up its Irish expansion after profits quadruple

The coffee chain’s revenue increased by more than €1.5 million last year.

# retail - Saturday 3 March, 2018

From TheJournal.ie Going to the shops? Many stores and supermarkets are now open Doors Open

Going to the shops? Many stores and supermarkets are now open

Limited opening hours for some major supermarkets and local shops.

# retail - Friday 23 February, 2018

From Business ETC Littlewoods credits the GAA for helping it 'recruit' new shoppers and sell more sportswear Retail

Littlewoods credits the GAA for helping it 'recruit' new shoppers and sell more sportswear

The online retailer’s sales surpassed the €70 million-mark last year.

# retail - Thursday 22 February, 2018

From Business ETC Bill Cullen is suing Ulster Bank for €120 million over the collapse of his business Retail

Bill Cullen is suing Ulster Bank for €120 million over the collapse of his business

The suit was filed in the High Court earlier this week.

# retail - Saturday 17 February, 2018

7 of the most God-awful things that happened to me as a retail assistant

Stories from the shop floor.

# retail - Thursday 15 February, 2018

From TheJournal.ie Kildare Village says axing one unit from its €50m expansion will 'jeopardise' the entire project Retail

Kildare Village says axing one unit from its €50m expansion will 'jeopardise' the entire project

The designer outlet centre was granted permission for several new stores, but it’s not happy with the council.

# retail - Monday 12 February, 2018

From TheJournal.ie Dunnes is still Ireland's most popular supermarket - and we're buying more big name brands Supermarket Wars

Dunnes is still Ireland's most popular supermarket - and we're buying more big name brands

We’re also buying more vegetarian and vegan foods.

# retail - Saturday 3 February, 2018

# retail - Thursday 1 February, 2018

From TheJournal.ie Competition officials are virtually powerless to police a €700m car loan market CCPC

Competition officials are virtually powerless to police a €700m car loan market

The UK is worried about sub-prime lending in the industry, so Ireland is taking a closer look.

# retail - Saturday 27 January, 2018

From Business ETC Competition officials are virtually powerless to police a €700m car loan market Transport

Competition officials are virtually powerless to police a €700m car loan market

The UK is worried about sub-prime lending in the industry, so Ireland is taking a closer look.

# retail - Thursday 25 January, 2018

From TheJournal.ie Tesco has blocked Lidl's multimillion-euro plan to expand one of its Limerick stores Supermarket Wars

Tesco has blocked Lidl's multimillion-euro plan to expand one of its Limerick stores

An Bord Pleanála agreed the scale of the project would ‘significantly exceed’ local planning caps.

From TheJournal.ie Why the couple behind Tiger Ireland are selling up and moving to the USA Roaring Success

Why the couple behind Tiger Ireland are selling up and moving to the USA

The Danish company wants Gillian Maxwell and her husband to repeat their Irish feat.

# retail - Wednesday 24 January, 2018

From TheJournal.ie Ikea is 'exploring the option' of opening a south Dublin store Will They Wont They

Ikea is 'exploring the option' of opening a south Dublin store

But the flat-pack giant hasn’t committed to a new Irish location just yet.

# retail - Sunday 21 January, 2018

From TheJournal.ie Return of 'breakfast roll economics' predicted by retail expert Tasty Cash

Return of 'breakfast roll economics' predicted by retail expert

JP Kennedy is the new chair of Retail Excellence Ireland, and has 20 years’ experience in the sector under his belt.

# retail - Thursday 18 January, 2018

From TheJournal.ie 'With garda stations and post offices closing, the local shop is the last bastion of communities' Retail Excellence

'With garda stations and post offices closing, the local shop is the last bastion of communities'

The new chair of Retail Excellence Ireland predicts the return of ‘breakfast roll economics’ this year.

From TheJournal.ie Sales and profits are booming at the company behind Costa Coffee in Ireland Black Gold

Sales and profits are booming at the company behind Costa Coffee in Ireland

Turnover at MBCC Foods spiked by over €9 million during 2016.

# retail - Wednesday 17 January, 2018

From TheJournal.ie Dealz: 'Our clothes brand is more than strong enough to compete with Penneys' Thanks Hun Dealz

Dealz: 'Our clothes brand is more than strong enough to compete with Penneys'

The discount retail store’s UK parent is bringing fashion chain Pep&Co to 30 stores in Ireland.

# retail - Thursday 11 January, 2018

From TheJournal.ie The Irish-owned BB's café chain has hatched a plan to open dozens of outlets Coffee And Muffins

The Irish-owned BB's café chain has hatched a plan to open dozens of outlets

BB’s Coffee & Muffins used to be owned by billionaire Denis O’Brien.

# retail - Friday 5 January, 2018

From TheJournal.ie Aldi staff will now earn the €11.70 an hour living wage Living Wage

Aldi staff will now earn the €11.70 an hour living wage

It is the first supermarket to commit to paying the living wage.

# retail - Thursday 28 December, 2017

From Business ETC Upmarket grocer Donnybrook Fair is back in profit after opening its new Malahide store Food And Drink

Upmarket grocer Donnybrook Fair is back in profit after opening its new Malahide store

The high-end supermarket’s six stores turned over more than €27 million last year.

# retail - Wednesday 27 December, 2017

From TheJournal.ie Irish cream liqueurs are finally recovering from a ‘lost decade’ of sales Progress

Irish cream liqueurs are finally recovering from a ‘lost decade’ of sales

Analysis by the Alcohol Beverage Federation of Ireland has highlighted the category’s turnaround.

From Business ETC Irish cream liqueurs are finally recovering from a ‘lost decade’ of sales Food And Drink

Irish cream liqueurs are finally recovering from a ‘lost decade’ of sales

Analysis by the Alcohol Beverage Federation of Ireland has highlighted the category’s turnaround.

# retail - Tuesday 26 December, 2017

From TheJournal.ie 'Sales are like a drug for retailers': How Stephen's Day shopping took hold in Ireland Sacred Days

'Sales are like a drug for retailers': How Stephen's Day shopping took hold in Ireland

Until about a decade ago, the 26th was a day of rest for retail staff.

From TheJournal.ie Irish retailers on course to record best Christmas season since 2007 Retail Ireland

Irish retailers on course to record best Christmas season since 2007

Despite the positive growth, cross-border shopping has been a big worry for Irish outlets this year.

From Business ETC 'Sales are like a drug for retailers': How Stephen's Day shopping took hold in Ireland Retail

'Sales are like a drug for retailers': How Stephen's Day shopping took hold in Ireland

Until about a decade ago, the 26th was a day of rest for retail staff.

# retail - Monday 25 December, 2017

From TheJournal.ie 'I sold my home to start Lottie dolls - that was the biggest risk I've ever taken' Lottie And Finn

'I sold my home to start Lottie dolls - that was the biggest risk I've ever taken'

Arklu’s Ian Harkin also talks about why he chose Donegal over London.

# retail - Saturday 23 December, 2017

From Business ETC 'We had kids and a mortgage, so when sales slowed my wife was pulling her hair out' Retail

'We had kids and a mortgage, so when sales slowed my wife was pulling her hair out'

As part of our ‘Christmas in Stephen’s Green’ video series, we look at the Green Gallery.

# retail - Friday 22 December, 2017

From Business ETC 'You work seven days a week until 8pm. The kids miss me, but you have to do it' Retail

'You work seven days a week until 8pm. The kids miss me, but you have to do it'

As part of our ‘Christmas in Stephen’s Green’ video series, we look at House of Japan.

# retail - Thursday 21 December, 2017

From Business ETC 'When your shop is quiet it's tough not seeing anyone come in. Christmas kept us going.' Retail

'When your shop is quiet it's tough not seeing anyone come in. Christmas kept us going.'

As part of our ‘Christmas in Stephen’s Green’ video series, we look at the Donegal Shop.

From Business ETC One of Mayo's biggest success stories has racked up a multimillion-euro profit Manufacturing

One of Mayo's biggest success stories has racked up a multimillion-euro profit

Portwest is led by Harry Hughes, who was recently named the EY Entrepreneur of the Year.

# retail - Monday 18 December, 2017

From Business ETC 'I sold my home to start Lottie dolls - that was the biggest risk I've ever taken' Startups

'I sold my home to start Lottie dolls - that was the biggest risk I've ever taken'

Arklu’s Ian Harkin also talks about why he chose Donegal over London.

From Business ETC Irish shoppers are flocking back to Tesco in the run-up to Christmas Retail

Irish shoppers are flocking back to Tesco in the run-up to Christmas

But Dunnes Stores remains the most popular supermarket in the country.

# retail - Saturday 16 December, 2017

From TheJournal.ie One business is fighting plans to turn a famous Donnybrook grocer into 'yet another café' Roy Fox Grocery

One business is fighting plans to turn a famous Donnybrook grocer into 'yet another café'

A local fishmonger says the south Dublin area has hit peak coffee shop.

From Business ETC 'My cancer gave me a life check': Bobby Kerr on why he left Insomnia Coffee Food And Drink

'My cancer gave me a life check': Bobby Kerr on why he left Insomnia Coffee

It was hard for the businessman to step away from the company he spent 20 years building.

# retail - Friday 15 December, 2017

From Business ETC 'I shed a few tears that first weekend. We thought it'd be quiet but the restaurant was rammed' Insights

'I shed a few tears that first weekend. We thought it'd be quiet but the restaurant was rammed'

Natalie McCambridge talks about coming home to run the her family’s business in the heart of Galway.

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