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# Online Shopping

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Inter-county player stole €28,000 from her boss for online shopping
Explainer: So what do the EU's new plans for online shopping mean for you?
This woman ordered spring flowers and the supermarket sent spring onions instead
The post-Christmas sales are a 'mixed bag' for Irish retailers
So what do you need to know before shopping online?
This woman ordered a table from eBay, but got 40 bags of fish instead
9 ways Verified by Visa is ruining lives every day
Buying online? Here's what you'll be charged if you're importing from outside the EU
The Irish kings of online 'mystery shoppers' now with $20m in their coffers
11 things all ASOS shoppers know to be true
The website where you can 'buy everything online' has itself been Facebook
8 online shopping disasters that could easily have happened to you
Planning on shopping online? Here's what to keep in mind
Planning to buy some stuff on Cyber Monday? Here's how to stay safe online...
What I Learned: Why there's no 'secret sauce' to cooking up an e-commerce juggernaut
The Big Idea: Saving shoppers time... and hopefully lots of money
Alibaba just racked up a record €7.5 billion in sales for its 24hr Chinese 'shopping festival'
Poll: Clicks or bricks, how do you decide where you're going to shop?
Online or bricks and mortar? This is how most Irish shoppers spend their money
Not playing around - parents vent their rage as Smyths Toys cancels orders
eBay and PayPal are consciously uncoupling
Thinking of doing your grocery shopping online? Here's how to get started
Trading conditions in Ireland 'continue to be challenging', says M&S
Hate hidden fees and extra charges? They will be a thing of the past from today
Missing link? Less than one-quarter of Irish SMEs trade online
Stamping your book: People are saving more and more with An Post
Volvo wants to deliver all your shopping directly to your car
Here's why Verified by Visa is officially the worst thing ever
Everything you should know before shopping online
Pen-making Donegal schoolboys worth 'a million'
Smartphone users are 33% more likely to fall victim to identity fraud
7 of the best reactions to Amazon's drone delivery plans
Today will be the busiest online mobile shopping day of 2013
Irish people shop online less than average EU internet user
Enda Kenny to take part in his first webcasted roundtable discussion
22 brilliantly sarcastic reviews of Amazon products
Now THIS is how you sell a used car
Shoppers can now buy Dunnes Stores wares online
Retailers turn focus to online operations in a bid to tap into the €4.1bn market
13 pieces of evidence that Amazon reviewers are better than all of us