The  Dixons Carphone store on Oxford Street.  The retailer said its yearly profit beat forecasts. Photograph: Dixons Carphone Plc/PA Wire

Electrical goods and mobile phone retailer Dixons Carphone said its yearly profit rose 21 per cent, beating forecasts. The group, which trades as Car(...)

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(...)

Currys and PC World: the electronics stores blamed heavy competition for a recent  1 per cent dip in the group’s Irish sales. Photograph: Rui Vieira/PA Wire

The electronics stores Currys and PC World blamed heavy competition for a 1 per cent dip in the group’s Irish sales last year to €150.5 million.Accoun(...)

The first Google shop in the world has opened in central London, as the web giant attempts to keep pace with established rival Apple. The interactive (...)

Dixons Carphone, the electrical goods and mobile phone retailer, raised its guidance for 2014-15 profit after a strong ChristmasPhoto: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Dixons Carphone, the electrical goods and mobile phone retailer, raised its guidance for 2014-15 profit after a strong Christmas, it said on Wednesday(...)

Carphone Warehouse merged with Dixons, the owner of PC World and Currys, earlier this year, and first half results would suggest that the tie-up is working. (Photograph: PA Wire)

Dixons Carphone, the electricals and telecommunications retailer, posted a 30 per cent rise in first half profit on the back of market share gains and(...)

Merchandising wars: Christmas shoppers get into the spirit of Black Friday on Dublin’s Grafton Street. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

It was sedately busy on Dublin’s Henry Street, as shop workers relished being “rushed off their feet” after spending a long and recessionary time k(...)

Carrickmines Retail Park is currently producing a rental income of €4.4 million with tenants like Next (above) paying €400,000.

The fast-growing IPUT property fund is to take over ownership of Carrickmines Retail Park in south Dublin as part of a successful tender by the New Y(...)

The Park, Carrickmines: in a different league to the other parks, accounting for €4.4m of the overall rental income from the portfolio

The New York-based Marathon Asset Management has bought five retail parks including the first phase of Carrickmines Retail Park in south Dublin for a(...)

The MICA, or My Intelligent Communication Accessory, created by Intel in partnership with Barneys New York and Opening Ceremony. Photograph: Collier Schorr via The New York Times

For two decades, Intel got rich on personal computers and computer servers. Now we are in a world of machine intelligence everywhere, and Intel has (...)