M&S to close four Irish stores with loss of 180 jobs
UPDATE: Marks & Spencer says it is closing four of its Irish stores, resulting in 180 redundancies. The retailer sis also planning a new store in Limerick, creating 250 jobs.
Marks & Spencer says it is closing four of its Irish stores, resulting in 180 redundancies.
The statement from the retailer said that it is closing stores in in Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin; Naas, Co. Kildare; Tallaght, Dublin; and Mullingar, Co. Westmeath.
The retailer said that, despite the closures, it is also planning a new store in Limerick, creating 250 jobs. That store is due to open as part of the new Horizon Mall in 2016...
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