This tailor followed in his father’s footsteps at a retailer synonymous with Irish menswear.
The non-profit organisation helps businesses redistribute surplus food to charities.
As part of our weekly How My Business Works series, we profile Sligo food firm Good4U.
Owen Killian announced this morning that he is stepping down as CEO of Aryzta.
Mandate has called ‘indefinite’ strikes in stores starting today.
Up to 15 stores could be affected by the stoppages.
The IFA had accused the retailer of acting ‘unethically’.
But the retailer said it was satisfied with its financial performance as sales steadied in 2015.
A further €7m investment was announced by synthetic diamond suppliers Element Six in Shannon.
Lifes2Good has sold its celebrity-endorsed range to US manufacturer Dwight & Church.
The company employs about 280 people and has over two dozen stores across the country.
But businesses looking to rent industrial space are in for a rude shock.
But new sales figures show Aldi was the fastest-growing major chain during the period.
The centre was built by developer Harry Crosbie years ago but is still deserted.
There was a big drop in insolvencies in the retail industry last year.
As part of our How My Business Works series we profile the company behind Smooch ice cream.
The company has received nearly €1 million in funding.
Irish consumers flock away from the high street to spend online instead.
Lara Hanlon, founder of Éntomo, wants to see Ireland cultivate an entomophagy industry.
But the November period was also characterised by heavy discounting for traders.