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Dealz confirms €20 million expansion across Ireland over next three years
The discount retailer said this could lead to up to 500 jobs being created in that time.
Dunnes Stores takes High Court action to prevent Mr Price selling food from same retail park
The supermarket claims that the rival outlet selling food and groceries breaches a restrictive covenant contained in lease agreements.
Mothercare Ireland has gone into liquidation with the loss of 197 jobs
The company said that due to the impact of Covid-19 and other factors, the business was “no longer sustainable”.
Major retailer ordered to pay €15,000 to manager unfairly dismissed for hugging staff
The Workplace Relations Commission said the dismissal caused the man reputational damage.
Liquidators appointed to Irish arm of fashion retailer Karen Millen
The Karen Millen store in Dundrum will continue to operate for another month, the High Court heard.
Looking for a new job? Lidl is hiring 100 people for its new distribution centre in Kildare
Kildare County Council has given the go-ahead for the new site on the Naas Road, Newbridge.
H&M issues apology after using image of black child wearing 'monkey' hoodie
The black child in the photo was wearing a hoodie with the words “coolest monkey in the jungle”.
A Roscommon takeaway and bakery were both served with closure orders last month
In addition, a kebab take-away in Co Mayo was also served with a closure order.
Marks & Spencer says it's committed to Ireland amid plans to close stores
The retailer has seen a large dip in profits.
TK Maxx were forced to pull this ‘Je suis over it’ t-shirt after complaints
A customer claimed it was disrespectful to the Charlie Hebdo massacre.
Woman with disabilities awarded €30k after employer refused to provide her with a chair
Her previous role at a customer service desk had changed, meaning she would have been required to stand.
Jobs at risk as Barratts goes into administration for third time in four years
The company says its been left with no option after a potential investor pulled out of a plan to inject millions of euro in the business.
HMV opens another new Irish store today — this time online
The online store will be in addition to its five other stores in the Republic of Ireland which reopened two months ago.
Here are 10 things you never knew about the world's largest online retailer
Not bad for a company that started out in its owners garage.
HMV to shut 66 British stores in next two months
The move could see up to 1,000 HMV employees lose their jobs.
Introducing... IKEA TV
The flatpack furniture retailer is planning to start selling technology alongside self-assembly furniture.
IKEA group profits hit €2.9 billion
The international flatpack retailer says sales rose almost 7 per cent during its 2011 financial year.
Sex toy advert to air on primetime TV
On October 3, television viewers will get a glimpse of the UK’s first daytime television commercial for sex toys.
Topshop removes controversial image of thin model from website
The model in question has hit out at criticism about her appearance, saying that she is “naturally skinny” and is hurt that people were discussing her as if she was “not a real person”.