Recent sales on Cowper Road in Dublin 6 have seen the larger period properties sell for well in excess of €2 million, with some closer to the €3 mill(...)

Along Dalkey’s narrow coastal road and up the hill towards Killiney are many modest gateways where granite pillars and high walls conceal magnificent (...)

Turnover at Golden Discs has declined but group has ‘modest’ operating profit, according to managing director  Stephen Fitzgerald. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Jack Fitzgerald, the 83-year- old who originally founded the Golden Discs group in the 1960s before selling up eight years ago, has stepped back in t(...)

Five retailers are to open at Whitewater Shopping Centre in Newbridge, Co Kildare bringing the centre’s occupancy to its highest level since opening i(...)

Superday: has also booked an outlet in Dundrum

International fashion retailer Superdry has announced its decision to open a new store in The Blanchardstown Centre only weeks after booking a similar(...)

Stephen Fitzgerald of Golden Discs

Half a century ago when Golden Discs emerged amidst the 1960s musical revolution, vinyl was the norm, cassettes were years from their commercial debut(...)

With the fallout from the failure of the HMV business likely to have an impact on high street rents for some considerable period, the Irish Pension Un(...)

The gods of Cork city centre retail will be smiling this week as the outlet vacated by HMV in April is occupied by fellow music and DVD retailer Golde(...)

“Aggressive pricing and margin deterioration was exacerbated by a very poor summer release schedule as a result of numerous sporting events such as Euro 2012 and the [London] Olympics,” group managing director Stephen Fitzgerald said. Photograph: David Sleator

Losses at Irish entertainment retailer Golden Discs rose by 77 per cent to €129,000 l(...)

A new study estimates  up to €466 million is lost to the exchequer because of fuel laundering every year, while couterfeit cigarettes cost the economy €691 million. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

The illicit trade of counterfeit goods is costing the economy up to €1.5 billion a year, a study has claimed. Retailers warned the impact(...)