Argos said it is   on track to make underlying pretax profit for the 2014-15 year in line with market expectations of £127 million

Home Retail Group plans to shut about 80 Homebase stores by the end of 2018 as the home- improvement chain adjusts to an age of online shopping. Abou(...)

Navan Retail Park

A retail park which has been struggling since it was launched in Navan at the peak of the property crash in 2008 now looks destined for a better futur(...)

Electrical products such as TVs, video gaming and white goods sold well at Argos, offsetting a decline in tablets and slightly weaker demand for furniture, homeware and jewellery

Sales at Home Retail Group’s Argos household goods chain rose for the ninth quarter in row and gross margins recovered, although the sales increase fe(...)

The former Atlantic Homecare store in Letterkenny Retail Park

The former Atlantic Homecare store in Letterkenny Retail Park, vacant for the past three years, has been let to Gary’s Petworld and Garden Centre.JLL (...)

US telco giant AT&T is considering a bid for Eircom. REUTERS/Mike Blake

AT&T eyes Eircom The Sunday Business Post reports US telco giant AT&T may be considering Eircom as a potential low-tax route into Europe. The (...)

TK Maxx has started to fit out a new 2,787sq m (30,000sq ft) store at Navan Retail Park, with an opening date scheduled for September. It will be payi(...)

Sales at Argos stores open for more than a year rose 4.9 per cent in the 13 weeks to May 31st

Home Retail, Britain’s biggest household goods retailer, said it was on course to meet annual profit forecasts after posting strong quarterly sales g(...)

 Luciano Giubbilei’s Best in Show at the  RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2014. Photograph: Richard Johnston

There’s surely no other garden festival in the world quite like the annual spectacular that is the Chelsea Flower Show. Where else would you find men (...)

The group is improving its order retrieval systems and will also trial some Argos stores this year within Homebase outlets. Photograph: Eric Luke

Home Retail Group posted a 27 per cent rise in full-year profit as a digital push at its Argos chain and a revamp at Homebase start to bear fruit.Afte(...)

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(...)