Karen Millen, Grafton Street: now closed, the outlet will house HMV. Photograph: DAVE MEEHAN

HMV’s Grafton Street business is on the move again. Since vacating its spacious shop on the street, it has been trading on a temporary basis in the fo(...)

A Cirquit.tv touchscreen installed in HMV

A new platform that acts as a web-based billboard for music, film and performing arts in cities has been launched in Dublin. Cirquit. tv aims to merg(...)

Hilco will move HMV to the old Karen Millen outlet. Photo: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

HMV plans to shift its store on Dublin’s Grafton Street from its current location down to the site of the old Karen Millen outlet at number 27. In tur(...)

69 Grafton Street: occupied by women’s fashion trader Vera Moda.

The Irish property investment fund IPUT has acquired three prime retail properties in Dublin city centre from the Construction Workers’ Pension Schem(...)

The Irish arm of bookseller Waterstones, which owns Hodges Figgis in Dublin, recorded a pre-tax profit of €994,000 last year on the back of revenues totalling €12.8 million.

The Irish arm of bookseller Waterstones, which owns Hodges Figgis in Dublin, recorded a pre-tax profit of €994,000 last year on the back of revenues (...)

The Karen Millen shop on Grafton Street. Photograph: Dave Meehan

The Karen Millen ladies’ fashion store on Dublin’s Grafton Street is to close and make way for another trader. A number of international brands(...)

Butlers Chocolate Cafe at the Crescent Shopping Centre in Limerick

Butlers Chocolate Cafes, the successful Irish chain of chocolate shops and cafes dating back to 1932, is reputed to have spent some €400,000 on fittin(...)

Circuit Court hears Eason and Son  at Liffey Valley shopping centre, owes its landlord €423,000 in rent arrears.

Eason, the books and stationary store at Liffey Valley shopping centre, owes its landlord €423,000 in rent arrears, the Circuit Civil Court has hea(...)

The Central Bank Commission reportedly prefers the option of a 15 per cent mortgage deposit, rising by one per cent each year over the next five years. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

The Central Bank is considering a five-year run-in for its new 20 per cent mortgage deposit rule, according to the Sunday Independent. The Central (...)

HMV’s Henry Street store. Music sales at HMV and Xtra-Vision increased by 51 per cent last year, according to new figures

Entertainment retailers HMV and Xtra-Vision, which are both owned by Hilco Capital, posted combined group sales of €95.2 million for 2014, up 15 per c(...)