Google regains top spot from Volkswagen in this year’s rankings. Photograph: Chris Radburn/PA Wire

Google has been named as the most reputable and trustworthy organisation in Ireland by the latest RepTrak study of corporate reputations.The report, c(...)

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Ten years after a 17-acre site close to Howth summit was purchased by Cosgraves for €17 million, the first houses in a scheme of 30 luxury homes off T(...)

Argos pays an annual rent of €300,000 per annum for its Kilkenny store

Private investors who may have missed the opportunity to buy into a retail property in Dublin city centre will have the option of investing in an app(...)

The recovery in the Irish retail market has prompted a UK company to bring one of Britain’s largest retail and leisure property exhibitions to Dublin (...)

Boots pharmacy on Grafton Street. The group, which has close to 80 stores in Ireland, added two new stores to its network over the year, and the accounts say it has added a further three since March.

Boots Ireland, the pharmacy and beauty store chain, recorded close to a 5 per cent rise in its revenues last year to €298 million but a sharp drop in (...)

14-18 Aston Quay, Dublin 2: the purchaser  will get a net return of around 8 per cent

An overseas investor has exchanged contracts to buy three shops, including a SuperValu store, and a fitness centre overlooking O’Connell Bridge in D(...)

Joint agents Bannon and Lisney are to seek in excess of €50 million for the grocery-led centres in Dungarvan, Thurles, Mullingar, Navan and Cashel which are to be sold in a single lot.

Five relatively small provincial shopping centre are to be offered for sale on the instructions of Nama. Joint agents Bannon and Lisney are to seek in(...)

17 North Earl Street in Dublin city centre

A retail building at 17 North Earl Street in Dublin city centre and another store at The Square shopping centre in Tallaght will be of interest to an (...)

18-21 Henry Street: the shops are occupied by HMV, Vision Express, Boots, Stars & Stripes and Tiger and have an average unexpired lease term of 5.25 years

Irish Life has emerged as the top bidder for a block of five shops on Dublin’s Henry Street which form part of a mixed portfolio of commercial proper(...)

Douglas shopping centre in Cork: in receivership since July 2012

Six more Irish shopping centres are to be offered for sale in a single lot by Lloyds Banking in a further move to recover some of the development loa(...)