As part of our How My Business Works series, we profile organic linen company White & Green.
The fast-food giant has been opening new outlets and putting digital technology into existing restaurants.
Second-hand cars from the UK are hurting domestic sales, according to a new report.
The Irish company will lead up a new group consisting of UK- and US-based businesses.
The deal signals the Irish retailer’s first step into mainland Europe.
Despite its popularity, e-commerce doesn’t always make business sense.
Mairead deBlaca talks about leaving the corporate life to design and sell her own jewellery.
The UK-based department store chain operates 11 stores in Ireland.
The group recorded a return to profit last year.
DAA is looking for bidders to manage five shops at the hub.
Hammerson plans to instead invest in ‘higher-growth segments’ such as Ireland.
Sean Bryan, owner of Cut and Sew barbers, also talks about why he still works like an apprentice.
The multimillion-euro company brought five employees before the Labour Court.
Panicked punters said the company was unable to fulfil orders in time for the Christmas period.
UK property giant Hammerson says the French approach ‘significantly undervalued’ the company.
A consortium led by Xavier Niel purchased a majority stake in the company for €650 million.
Koninklijke Capi-Lux Holding is suing DAA over the award of a lucrative retail contract.
Bennett Property acquired the mostly disused Westmeath development late last year.
The shopping centre wants to create ‘kiosk zones’ in existing parts of the mall.
Hairdresser Anna Hosty talks about the essential ingredients you need for a solid business partnership.