Up to 50 of the concession holders at Clerys could share the offer, subject to the approval of the High Court. Photograph: Frank Miller/The Irish Times

Former concession holders at Clerys look set to share about €500,000 under a plan drafted by the provisional liquidators of the entity that operated (...)

Former concession holders are considering a High Court court move next week to block the appointment of KPMG as liquidators. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Some 12 former concession holders of the now closed Clerys department store in Dublin are considering an application to the High Court next week to b(...)

Accounts for OCS Operations Ltd, which ran the Clerys department store until its closure on June 12th, show it made a loss of €1.1 million in the year to the end of January 2015. File photograph: Aidan Crawley

Losses at the Clerys department store reduced by more than €2 million in its final full year of trading, according to documents filed with the High Co(...)

It is understood businessman Noel Smyth will tell officials from Mandate and Siptu that Fitzwilliam’s plans for Arnotts include the continued operation of the department store as an independent retailer

The businessman Noel Smyth, whose Fitzwilliam Finance Partners got control of the Arnotts department store earlier this year, is to meet union lead(...)

Lily Kelly, who would have worked for Clerys for 45 years this day fortnight and was due to retire, with other former staff  protesting outside the offices of  new owners Natrium on Harcourt Terrace on Friday. Photograph: Fergal Phillips

The company that owns the Clerys building on O’Connell Street made a profit of just under €5 million between August 2012 and February 1st, 2014 but th(...)

  Artist’s impression of Chartered Land’s  redevelopment of the former Carlton Cinema site on O’Connell Street, Dubli.  Photograph: Chartered Land /PA Wire

There is no mistaking how upbeat Jill Tyrrell is about business as she talks about how Murray’s Bar, at the north end of Dublin’s O’Connell Street,(...)

Lorraine Sweeney: “We also didn’t think we were dealing with vultures.”

When the clock stopped ticking for Clerys workers in such brutal fashion last Friday, it raised the hackles of one of Ireland’s most prominent small b(...)

D2 co-founder Deirdre Foley. Financier won praise from Derek Quinlan at Quinlan Private.

From a farming family in Co Sligo, Deirdre Foley (43) began her career with KPMG in 1992, where she trained as an accountant. After KPMG, she spent a(...)

Deirdre Foley: Natrium is 20 per cent owned by the Dublin property investor

Natrium Limited, the purchaser in the deal that led to the dramatic closure of Clerys last Friday, was incorporated on May 27th and is 20 per cent own(...)

A schism between the two low-profile founders of property company D2 Private could soon be played out in public.David Arnold, one of the developers be(...)