Bloxham Stockbrokers was liquidated in 2012 after the Central Bank (above) discovered a €5.3 million hole in its accounts. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

The Chartered Accountants Regulatory Board (Carb) intends to investigate accountancy giant Deloitte over its role in the collapse of Bloxham Stockbrok(...)

Bloxham: Demise still being played out in courts. Photograph: The Irish Times

Three years after one of the State’s largest stockbroking firms collapsed amid accounting irregularities and subsequent findings of malpractice, the b(...)

Warehouse at the Gaiety Centre: the company is planning to assign its lease of the high-profile property. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

The ladies fashion retailer Warehouse is to pull out of Dublin’s Grafton Street area. News that the company is planning to assign its lease of a high(...)

An insurance company is refusing to pay out on a €250,000 mortgage protection policy because one of the policy holders, since deceased, failed to disc(...)

The Next shop on Grafton Street in Dublin city centre: the retailer is now concentrating on larger in-town or out-of-town stores. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Fashion and accessories retailer Next is to close its shop on Dublin’s Grafton Street and make way for another fashion and lifestyle group Hugo Bos(...)

The improving Irish property market saw Dankse Bank reverse previously made impairments in 2014. (Photograph: Freya Ingrid Morales/Bloomberg)

Danske Bank shrunk its Irish losses before tax to €201.5 million in 2014, down from €241m the previous year, as loan impairments fell by 29 per cent.(...)

H&M managing director Carlos Duarte in the company’s new outlet on College Green.

H&M, the Swedish fashion retailer that opened a new flagship store on College Green in Dublin on Friday, is seeking new locations for expansion in(...)

Denmark’s biggest bank will write down 9 billion kroner (€1.2b) in goodwill, marking its latest accounting adjustment after talks with the country’s regulator. (Photograph: Erik Abel/Bloomberg)

On Monday Denmark’s biggest bank said it will write down 9 billion kroner (€1.2 billion) in goodwill, marking its latest accounting adjustment after(...)

H&M’s new Dublin flagship store on Dame Street. (Photograph: Cyril Byrne / THE IRISH TIMES)

H&M, Europe’s second-biggest clothing retailer, saw sales jump by 17 per cent in the fourth quarter as November sales rose faster than expected.H(...)

The new H&M store will open on to College Green and Andrew Street. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Dublin’s Grafton Street shopping precinct is set to get a major boost from December 18th when fashion giant H&M opens a flagship store with its m(...)