Retail: in recovery

More than 600 representatives from leading Irish and UK retail firms are due to attend the Completely Retail & Leisure Marketplace Ireland exhibit(...)

The decline in EM News Distribution turnover from newspapers and magazines was 7 per cent and 6 per cent respectively

“Difficult market conditions” in the print media market have continued in 2015, “with general demand for magazines and newspapers continuing to fall”,(...)

More than 400 staff, including direct employees of Clerys and those working for concession holders at the store, lost their jobs. Photograph: The Irish Times

A new plan for Dublin’s O’Connell Street, which will govern the future use and redevelopment of properties including the former Clerys department stor(...)

Staff at Dublin Airport. File photograph: Kate Geraghty/Irish Times

An increasing number of customers are leaving their credit and debit cards behind in Dublin Airport after WH Smith introduced self-service checkout ma(...)

Eason’s in O’Connell Street: Eason’s has 62 stores including 26 franchised outlets. Photograph: Dave Meehan

The Irish-owned bookstore chain Eason is investing €3 million in a revamp of its flagship store on O’Connell Street in Dublin. The company is emerging(...)

Westin Hotel: partnering with Eason to bring a range of books to your room

Cost of coffee, glass of wine and a club sandwich The Hotels. com Club Sandwich Index is a good indicator of prices across the world and where is on t(...)

Wexford student Dara Tuinstra was rewarded with a €500 book voucher for herself and a library worth €7,500 for her school, Gorey Educate Together, after winning the Eason Spelling Bee national final at RTÉ studios in Dublin. Photograph: Maxwell’s.

A Wexford primary school student has won the Eason Spelling Bee for her correct spelling of the word ‘multiplicity’. Dara Tuinstra (12) was rewarded w(...)

 Grey: Fifty Shades of Grey as Told by Christian, by British writer EL James, on display upon the novel’s launch in a bookshop in central London, June 18th, 2015. Photograph: Facundo Arrizabalaga/EPA

Fans of erotic fiction are opting to buy online it seems, following an underwhelming turnout at the release of the new book Grey: Fifty Shades of Grey(...)

Eason: generated cash last year and increased its earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation by €200,000 to €5.8 million.

Irish-owned book retailer Eason expects to grow its sales this year and to post a profit as the business completes its restructuring following the (...)

Eason had claimed it had reduced its quarterly rent by €70,500 after outlining a number of grievances. Photograph: The Irish Times

The books and stationary group Eason and its Liffey Valley store landlords settled a dispute over rent arrears on Monday.The Circuit Civil Court had h(...)