Footwear trader Crocs, one of the shops for sale, occupies number 33 Liffey Street on a 10-year lease from 2012, at a rent of €67,000 per annum.

Bannon is seeking €2 million for two adjoining retail investments at 32 and 33 Upper Liffey Street in Dublin 1. The investment will show a return of 6(...)

New York’s attorney general has questioned 13 national retailers, including Gap, Target and JC Penney, about “on-call shifts”, a staffing practice th(...)

Crocs  shoes are displayed for sale at a store in New York yesterday.  Photograph: Jin Lee/Bloomberg

Crocs rose as much as 14 per cent in early trading today after saying chief executive John McCarvel will retire and Blackstone Group will invest $200 (...)

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