Fairgreen Shopping Centre Carlow. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

The Sam McCauley chemist chain has embarked on a major expansion of its operation at Fairgreen shopping centre in Carlow. The group has acquired the a(...)

The National Asset Management Agency has confirmed the scale and identity of its first shopping cen(...)

Millfield Shopping Centre in Balbriggan: Chartered accountants BDO have taken over the operation of the centre, which was developed by Parkway Properties

The three-year-old Millfield Shopping Centre in Balbriggan, Co Dublin, has been put into receivership by Nama. Chartered accountants BDO(...)

I walk down O’Connell Street in Dublin every day. With its lovely width, trees and monuments, it should be a destination, but most people are passi(...)

ATC’s other shareholders include businessman John O’Sullivan and his family from Kiltoon, Co Roscommon, and James Keane and his family, from Athlone

AIB has taken control of the Athlone Towncentre shopping mall with the agreement of its owner, which owes the bank between €200 million and €250 milli(...)

AIB has taken control of Athlone Town Shopping centre with the agreement of its owners, ATC Property Holdings.Accountancy firm Grant Thornton announce(...)

Easons has agreed a partnership with Kobo to sell its e-reading devices throughout its 60 Irish stores.
Photographer: Dara Mac Dónaill / THE IRISH TIMES

eReading firm Kobo, which today opened its new European software development centre in Dublin, is set to partner with Easons. The competitor to Ama(...)

Eason’s bookshop on Dublin’s O’Connell Street had sold out of all works by Seamus Heaney  by last  Tuesday morning. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh/The Irish Times

Poetry collections by the late Seamus Heaney have been selling out in Dublin bookshops since the poet’s death last Friday.Eason’s bookshop on Dublin’s(...)

Home body: Roddy Doyle in Clontarf, in north Dublin. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Roddy Doyle’s writing used to inspire death threats. His 1994 television drama Family angered some people for its depiction of domestic violence and f(...)

When Canada’s Great-West agreed to buy Irish Life for €1.3 billion, it probably wasn’t thinking too closely about the small and imperfectly for(...)