February 17, 2017  |  Your latest trade news

Tesco strike continues as talks are mooted

News | More stores join action, votes to take place this Monday

Tesco has urged the Mandate trade union to call off proposed strikes in two stores in the coming weeks Five Tesco stores in Dublin and elsewhere have joined the strike action intitiated earlier this week by staff protesting over changes to employee contracts....

Kantar Worldpanel: Dunnes Stores regains market top spot

News | Kantar Worldpanel has published its latest figures outlining Ireland's supermarket shares for the 12 weeks ending January 29th. Amid some of the most intense competion ever seen in the sector, Dunnes

Aryzta CEO steps down amid profit warning and falling shares

News | Cuisine de France parent company had been struggling for some years

Irish businesses need online help, says Retail Excellence

News | Acute challenges face industry against online threat, says Lorraine Higgins

Visa: Consumer spending increased by 4% in January

News | Online shopping continues to surge following Christmas rush

Lyons' "Time to Talk" campaign raises €30,000 for Pieta House

Brand Central | Successful campaign raises awareness and funds for Pieta House and the vital services it provides free of charge.

Maxol and INM join forces for fuel promotion

News | Fuels savings available for consumers through purchase of INM titles

Top Oil announces senior appointments in Retail Division

People | Sirio Retail Operations gets new Project Manager, Fresh Food and HR Managers

New cooling specs launched to create standard for "perfect pint"

Off-trade | Energy efficiency is key to future of Irish beer cooling, says IBA

Marketing Bites

The week's new products and initiatives

DMG launches Extra.ie

A new website from the publishers of the Daily Mail has launched in Ireland

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