Toys R Us plans to open  10 outlets in Ireland

The Irish property investment company, Green REIT, yesterday announced that Toys R Us has leased the remaining vacant shops at Westend Retail Park in (...)

Nutgrove Retail Park, Rathfarnham, Dublin 14: currently bringing in rent of €4.1 million

Nutgrove Retail Park in Rathfarnham, Dublin 14 is one of five retail parks in receivership to be offered for sale on the instructions of Bank of Irela(...)

Navan Retail Park:  producing  rental income of over €770,000 from 11,000sq m (118,402sq ft) of retail warehousing

Target Investment Opportunities plc, the investment fund controlled by the Los Angeles-based Oaktree Capital, has emerged as the purchaser of Navan Re(...)

Sales at Argos stores open for more than a year fell 3.9 per cent in the 13 weeks to May 30, hurt by market declines in key electrical and seasonal product categories. Photo: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Home Retail, the household goods retailer, said quarterly sales at its main Argos business fell, blaming waning demand for key electrical goods such a(...)

The Argos store at Dun Laoghaire Co. Dublin. Sales at the bigger Argos chain fell 5 per cent in the eight weeks to end-February, reflecting poor demand for consumer electronic products. (Photograph: Eric Luke / The Irish Times)

Argos owner Home Retail delivered a weaker-than-expected finish to the year at both its Argos and Homebase chains, although it said cost controls and (...)

The Swiss National Bank scrapped its euro cap on the franc and drove Swiss stocks down nearly 9 per cent, their biggest one-day percentage fall for at least 25 years. One trader described the central bank’s move as “carnage”. Photograph: Martin Leissl/Bloomberg

Switzerland’s move to jettison a three-year-old cap on the franc threw global markets into turmoil yesterday, sending the currency and most European(...)

Home Retail said it expected to post full-year profit before tax in line with expectations despite underlying growth at its Argos chain missing forecasts. Photo: Eric Luke/The Irish Time

Home Retail said it expected to post full-year profit before tax in line with expectations despite underlying growth at its Argos and Homebase chains (...)

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(...)