The queue outside the Tesco in Cardiff before the doors opened on Black Friday.  Photo: PA Wire

Shoppers keen to bag a bargain have hit the sales as shops across the UK and Ireland opened their doors early for Black Friday, but things go(...)

The Amazon Fulfilment Centre prepares for Black Friday in Hemel Hempstead, England. Photograph: Jeff Spicer/Getty Images

With the arrival on these shores of the seriously over-hyped Black Friday shopping extravaganza, it might be time to take note of the wide a(...)

Shoppers walk past a Black Friday event in London, England. Photograph:  Rob Stothard/Getty Images

Black Friday in Ireland is barely a year old but could already be on the way out, as Irish retailers start to question the merits of a concept which s(...)

Home Retail Group shares rose the most in more than two years after a report that private-equity companies are considering a bid for the UK retailer. The stock jumped as much as 7.4 per cent to 111 pence, the steepest gain since September 2013. (Photograph: John Stillwell/PA Wire)

Home Retail Group shares rose the most in more than two years after a report that private-equity companies are considering a bid for the UK retailer.(...)

Fyffes gave up Tuesday’s gains, closing down nearly 2 per cent at €1.49

European shares crept higher yesterday as expectations of a positive close to the year and continued central bank support before an ECB meeting tod(...)

CeX has opened its 25th Irish store at Blackpool Shopping Centre

In a further sign that recovery in the retail sector in spreading outside of Dublin, three retailers have just joined the tenant line-up at Cork city’(...)

Newstalk denied an  advertising campaign had encouraged the use of bad language but had been “a play on words to get across the message that they were determined to get to the bottom of important news stories and be truthful to their listeners”. File photograph: Frank Miller/The Irish Times

Newstalk has been rapped on the knuckles by the Republic’s advertising watchdog over its use of the word “bulls**tters” on an advertising billboard pr(...)

Nutgrove Retail Park in Rathfarnham, Dublin 14:  tenants include  Homebase, Harvey Norman and Aldi and rent roll is €4.1 million

US investment company Davidson Kempner is in key position to purchase Nutgrove Retail Park in Rathfarnham, Dublin 14 and four other retail parks which(...)

Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Andrew McGrath is a 23-year-old student from Limerick and he wrote to us looking for help in connection with a phone company and a bill pay contrac(...)

Home Retail had already warned in April first half Argos sales would fall due to weak demand and falling prices in some categories

Home Retail, Britain’s biggest household goods retailer, said sales at its Argos business fell again in its second quarter, as weak demand for electr(...)