Toy shop Hamleys recently moved out of the district because its business was ‘no longer viable’.
As part of our How My Business Works series, we profile Dan Kelly’s Cider.
The dispute in relation to the Patrick Street outlet has spanned several years.
The deal gives the Dublin company a foothold in Belgium and the Netherlands.
Bakery firm Aryzta said it needs the funds to pay down debt.
Traders in the iconic marketplace have complained that snap-happy visitors are hurting business.
Newsagents WH Smith has higher sales than any other individual retailer with turnover of €23 million.
Animal feed producer Devenish raised a large tranche of the cash from the European Investment Bank.
The industry says that staff shortages have worsened.
The ‘niche’ Hatch programme is looking for sustainable and innovative ideas in Ireland.
As part of our How My Business Works series, we profile Silver Hill Farm.
The Liberties restaurant, with capacity for 200 people, will serve food to accompany a beer-tasting experience.
The Great Northern Distillery owner is fighting to keep the €20 million project alive.
A food industry trade group had a run-in with the competition watchdog over the issue.
Kepak has bought 2 Sisters Red Meat Ltd – which can process 250,000 cattle and a million lambs annually.
Competition is growing as people swap chicken fillet rolls for chickpeas.
The National Dairy Council has taken a ‘provocative’ approach to the rise of plant-based products.
As well as being a revenue stream for producers, in-flight catering is ‘brilliant for branding’.
As part of our How My Business Works series, we profile Ashbourne-based Nick’s Fish.
Profits at the drinks giant were up last year – as was its trade in Ireland.