Out of office: Your essential round-up of the latest business news
Gap, the retail giant, announced it was to close all of its UK and Irish shops by the end of the year. An unspecified number of staff are to be laid off from the US clothing chain’s 81 stores across Ireland and Britain. There are four Gap outlets in Ireland.
Pinterest, the online image-sharing service, said it was to ban all ads referencing weight loss from the platform. Ads dealing with fitness...
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Out of office: Number on Pup drops 29,000 in a week, US advises against travel to Ireland
A round-up of the business news you might have missed
Kerry Group’s steady results signal global bounceback
The company has announced the sale of some of Ireland’s oldest food brands, such as Denny and Galtee, to US food giant Pilgrim’s Pride
Kinney boosts stake in Irish Ferries parent group by €9m
The low-profile Chicago-based investor’s firm, Kinney Asset Management, now holds €60 million-worth of shares in Irish Continental Group