April 13, 2017  |  Your latest trade news

Tesco threatens dismissal to staff who picketed at other stores

News | Tesco has threatened disciplinary action 'up to and including dismissal' to nearly 100 employees who picketed at other stores where they didn't work

Tesco has urged the Mandate trade union to call off proposed strikes in two stores in the coming weeks Tesco has threatened disciplinary action “up to and including dismissal” to almost 100 of its own employees who picketed at stores they didn’t work at...

Henderson Group reports record financial year

News | Henderson Group reports 11% increase in pretax profits and 6% turnover increase

Criminal proceedings over Clery's redundancies commence

News | Deirdre Foley, the woman behind the purchase of the Clerys building, faces a single charge of impeding a WRC inspector as well as three counts of breaking protection employment laws

Mac attack: Supermac's attempts to curb McDonald's trademark dominance

News | Supermac's challenges McDonald's at the EUIPO over 'Mc' trademarks

Iceland to invest €12 million in nine new stores 

News | Food retailer announces 270 new jobs to coincide with store openings

SMEs likely to be hit hardest by Brexit: Central Bank chief economist

News | Loans to the SME sector dropped from €35m in 2010 to €16m in 2016, according to Gabriel Fagan, the Central Bank of Ireland’s chief economist

Vulture funds pushing up rents at leading shopping centres

News | Tenant at Blanchardstown S.C. speaks out on rising rents in the Sunday Business Post 'on condition of anonymity'

SuperValu reclaims number one spot: Kantar Worldpanel

News | SuperValu and Tesco respond to discounters by expanding own-label ranges while brands still dominate at Dunnes Stores.

Music to Dunnes' ears: Court of Appeal overturns Aldi trademark infringement ruling

News | Court of Appeals Judge disagrees with approach taken by Aldi's expert on the subject of shelf-edge labelling

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It’s official – Ireland can go bananas…all for a good cause!

Pop-up Fyffes Kitchen, in conjunction with Just-Eat, will offer an array of banana-infused dishes in bid to raise funds for Temple Street Children's Hospital

Marketing bites

Centra’s got the inside scoop this Easter….Easter eggs are the new cones - and other news for FMCG marketers - for the week 07/04/2017 - 13/04/2017

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