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From TheJournal.ie Super Valu once again tops the podium in the supermarket derby, but Lidl and Aldi are on the march... Store Wars

Super Valu once again tops the podium in the supermarket derby, but Lidl and Aldi are on the march...

It’s been a good month for the German discount retailers.

From TheJournal.ie PC makers will likely want to forget all about 2015 Slide

PC makers will likely want to forget all about 2015

Global PCs sales in 2015 fell below 300 million, the first time since 2008.

From TheJournal.ie Tesco is still Ireland's supermarket top dog, but Supervalu is hot on its heels Supermarket Wars

Tesco is still Ireland's supermarket top dog, but Supervalu is hot on its heels

Tesco was the only chain to see sales drop.

From TheJournal.ie How is Ireland's beer market like the economy? Staggering

How is Ireland's beer market like the economy?

Heineken say that recovery in beer sales is much like the economic upturn: uneven.

From TheJournal.ie European smartphone competition heats up as new makers challenge major brands Market Value

European smartphone competition heats up as new makers challenge major brands

New makers like Huawei and Wiko as well as established brands like Sony and Motorola are becoming more popular among Europeans as they opt for alternatives to Samsung and Apple.

From TheJournal.ie A quarter of Irish spending on groceries is now with SuperValu Market Share

A quarter of Irish spending on groceries is now with SuperValu

Following the rebranding of Superquinn, the retailer now has a 25.3 per cent market share.

From TheJournal.ie Tesco remains the market leader in the Irish grocery market Supermarket Sweep

Tesco remains the market leader in the Irish grocery market

Dunnes and SuperValu have seen a boost in their share in comparison to last year.