Whitewater shopping centre: top 10 tenants account for over 52 per cent of the income

With the ownership of Dundrum Town Centre now finally settled the stage has been cleared for the sale of Ireland’s largest regional shopping centre, t(...)

Credit unions scored very highly on empathy. Photograph: Maxwells

Credit unions, the National Concert Hall and Dublin Zoo have emerged as the strongest Irish organisations for “customer experience”, according to a(...)

Danish retailer Tiger offers an Ikea-style lineup of oddball products. It is opening three new stores a week. Photograph: Eric Luke / The Irish Times

An Ikea-style line-up of oddball products including mustachioed wine-openers and fruit-shaped flip-flops has fueled the global expansion of Danish ret(...)

Closure leaves questions about 48 direct jobs and a further 30 to 35 positions with various concessions

Noel Smyth’s Fitzwilliam Finance Partners blamed the fact that it could not find a retailer willing to take on Dublin department store, Boyers, for it(...)

Wilton Shopping Centre in Cork

The successful Wilton Shopping Centre in Cork along with strongly performing retail parks in Drogheda and Galway will be sold in a single lot on the i(...)

Customers shop at a Primark store on Oxford Street in London. After Thursday’s opening in Boston the company will open  another store in Philadelphia before Christmas and a further half dozen or so are planned next year. Photograph: Reuters

Cut-price fashion chain Primark on Thursday makes its most ambitious international expansion yet, moving into the lucrative, but notoriously treachero(...)

Customers shop at a Primark store on Oxford Street in London. The retailer’s owner Associated British Foods, said on Monday that it expects a “modest” decline in group adjusted earnings per share (EPS) in the financial year. (Photograph: Luke MacGregor/Reuters)

Penneys owner Associated British Foods (AB Foods) maintained its full-year earnings forecast on Monday, as progress at budget retailer Primark (Penne(...)

Ireland is now one of the most expensive countries in the EU, up there with the UK and Sweden, and only exceeded by Denmark. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

While the popular perception is that the cost of living is always rising, since the beginning of the year consumer prices have on average been lowe(...)

Photograph: Thinkstock

Today is September 1st and we all know what is on its way. As a nation we are well-versed in winter dressing and the difficulties it presents. Ther(...)

Luas Cross City work has allegedly caused flood damage to some Georgian-era cellars. File photograph: Aidan Crawley

Dublin city centre business owners may be entitled to thousands of euro in compensation after Luas Cross City work allegedly caused extensive flood (...)