Seven Irish HMVs have re-opened across the country since Candian firm Hilco took over the company. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Entertainment retailer HMV will reopen on Grafton Street on Saturday April 19th, Irish Record Store Day. Although HMV are excluded from R(...)

Profits at British newspaper publisher Trinity Mirror edged up by 2.6% per cent at £101.3 million last year.

Profits at British newspaper publisher Trinity Mirror edged up last year after a swing in its digital performance. Chief executive Simon Fox sa(...)

The new  HMV store will be located in the old A-Wear premises. Photograph: Alan Betson /Irish Times

Entertainment retailer HMV is to reopen on Dublin’s Grafton Street barely a year after it was forced to close(...)

Sisley at 59 Grafton Street, Dublin, which has a retail area of 129sq m (1,389sq ft). photograph: alan betson

The French fashion trader Sisley is faced with the prospect of having to pay significant financial compens(...)

Prof John FitzGerald: said recovery in the construction industry would have a positive impact on people on the dole, especially those who don’t have an educational level above than the Leaving Certificate. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Young people will end up living with their parents until they are 35 unless the housing supply increases, Economic and Social (...)

Copies of the Daily Mirror, The Independent, and the Racing Post newspapers sit at Trinity Mirror’s factory in Watford. Photo: Bloomberg

British newspaper publisher Trinity Mirror has upgraded its 2013 profit estimates after securing better-than-expected revenues in November and Decembe(...)

The building on the corner of Grafton Street and Lemon Street, Dublin, which was formerly occupied by A|wear. Photograph: Alan Betson

One of the best retail pitches on Dublin’s Grafton Street goes on the letting market today when a top international trader is sought for the former A|(...)

The much delayed opening of the Massimo Dutti store on Dublin’s Grafton Street is now expected to go ahead at the end of January. Spain’s Indetex comp(...)

A butcher’s ‘no horsemeat’ sign after the scandal broke this year. Photograph: Darren Staples/Reuters

JANUARY l The year started with confirmation, of sorts, of something sensible people have known since cars first took to the roads: men reckon they’re(...)

In the €9 billion grocery trade, the two big stories of 2013 were the alarming fall-off in Tesco’s Irish sales, and the relentless onwards march of the German discounters Aldi and Lidl. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

The retail sector was the laggard of the Irish economy in 2013. Consumer sentiment may have risen to a five-year high on the back of the nascent econo(...)

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