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22 October 2018 16:12 Firm fined for unsolicited spam e-mails and marketing calls

Vodafone Ireland has been fined €2,000 for unsolicited marketing calls to customers. Vodafone and PC World owners DSG Retail Ireland Ltd were the latest companies to be prosecuted at Dublin District Court by the Data Protection Commissioner for breaking e-marketing regulations through unsolicited spam emails and marketing calls. Vodafone's two unsolicited

20 October 2018 15:00 Blanchardstown Centre wants a new supermarket to fix its convenience store 'deficiency'

Dunnes Stores and Marks & Spencer both currently trade at the shopping centre. THE AMERICAN OWNER of Blanchardstown shopping centre is planning a series of upgrades at the mall to address a “deficiency” of convenience stores and improve its “outdated” entrances. According to documents filed with Fingal council, developments at rival outlets such as Liffey 2

20 October 2018 05:00 Kildare Village ordered to cull anchor tenant store from its €50m extension

The overall project was cleared, but the retail hub’s owners appealed against planning restrictions. THE FIRM BEHIND Kildare Village shopping outlet has been ordered to cut a unit earmarked for an anchor tenant from its latest expansion. Last year, Value Retail Dublin Limited applied for planning permission to create a new wing at the retail hub that’s 2

16 October 2018 11:00 Paddy Power Betfair fined £2.2m after failing to stop stolen money being gambled

The British Gambling Commission also found that PPB “failed to adequately interact with customers who were displaying signs of problem gambling”. PADDY POWER BETFAIR has been fined £2.2 million (about €2.5 million) for a range of failings, including allowing stolen money be gambled through its website. The British Gambling Commission found that PPB “failed 1

13 October 2018 06:00 Avoca expansion helps to double Aramark profits

The expansion of the Avoca brand contributed to operating profits at parent company Aramark Ireland more than doubling to €7.76m last year. Newly-filed accounts filed by Aramark Ireland Holdings Ltd and subsidiaries show the food and facilities management group also increased revenues by 30.4% to just under €351.6m. The company largely attributed the increase 15

12 October 2018 05:45 ‘Good growth’ in retail sales at Boots in the Republic

The US owner of Boots pharmacies in Ireland rated growth in sales in the Republic as “good” but gave no new details about whether it was mulling further expansion to its 86 outlets in the Republic and 84 stores in the North. Boots chemists are part of the Retail Pharmacy International division of the US stock market-listed Walgreens Boots Alliance giant 1

10 October 2018 14:37 Rangers and Sports Direct back at High Court over merchandise deal

Bosses at Rangers Football Club are embroiled in a fresh merchandise deal row with Sports Direct and Newcastle United owner Mike Ashley, less than three months after a High Court judge said both sides should “try to make peace”. In a High Court hearing in London in late July, Mr Justice Phillips was told a dispute over the terms of the deal had been settled

09 October 2018 05:10 €1.3m Irish fine for Citibank

Citibank Europe has been fined €1.33m by the Central Bank for a series of lending code breaches, including unapproved lending to senior management. Citibank Europe is headquartered in Dublin and acts as financial giant Citigroup’s main European retail banking division. The breaches stretch back five years and were identified — and notified to the Central 2

28 September 2018 10:37 CSO figures show fall in monthly retail sales

The seasonally adjusted figures for retail sales fell by 3.3% last month when compared to the month of July, according to the Central Statistics Office. Without Motor Trades, the data shows there was an increase of 0.8% in retail sales in August when compared with the previous month and there was growth of 4% in the annual figure. The sectors with the largest 4

21 September 2018 11:30 Musgrave to buy Donnybrook Fair

Donnybrook Fair has been bought by Musgrave, which runs brands including Supervalu and Centra. There are five Donnybrook Fair stores across Dublin - Donnybrook, Stillorgan, Malahide, Greystones and Baggot Street - which employ 250 people. Chris Martin, Musgrave CEO, said: “Donnybrook Fair represents a fantastic addition to Musgrave. With its focus on creating 5