Nama funding extension to Tallaght centre, one of its prime remaining retail assets.

Nama has turned up the heat on Dunnes Stores over the retailer’s alleged blocking tactics in relation to a €40 million extension of The Square reta(...)

Break time: A shopper off her feet in the furniture department. Photograph: The Irish Times

1843 – The store that is now Arnotts opens for business at 14 Henry Street having been set up by George Cannock and Andrew White. 1845 – Bankers Andre(...)

 Arnotts, Henry Street, Dublin.  Selfridges has bought the city centre department store for an undisclosed sum. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

Ciarán Hancock Dublin department store Arnotts has been acquired by the Selfridges Group, the high-end UK retailer owned by successful Canadian busin(...)

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(...)

 Noel Smyth: Fitzwilliam Partners is continuing the policy of buying retail properties adjoining Arnotts

Noel Smyth’s Fitzwilliam Partners, which has gained control of the Arnotts Group, is continuing the policy of buying adjoining retail properties. The(...)

Arnotts racked up debt midway through the last decade by buying up property around it. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Noel Smyth’s Fitzwilliam Finance Partners said the Competition and Consumer Protection Commission has approved the outright purchase of the Arnotts gr(...)

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(...)

Fitzwilliam said that it would continue to develop both Arnotts itself and the surrounding properties as market conditions improve.

Property player Noel Smyth’s Fitzwilliam Finance Partners has won the battle for control of landmark Dublin department store, Arnotts. In a statement(...)

Derek Davis presents Out Of The Blue

In 2008, I went to Dalkey to interview Derek Davis for the Sunday Tribune about his retirement from RTÉ. We meet in the Queens Bar and he spoke at len(...)

Latest accounts for The Square Management Ltd, whose debts were transferred to Nama, show it made a profit of €3.7 million in the year to the end of September 2013

An Bord Pleanála has given the green light to a €40 million extension of The Square shopping centre in Tallaght, a development that is being supported(...)