At the Little Museum of Dublin are Conor Pope, right, with Monika Wright and Jean Michel Clermont-Goulet, the French-Canadian couple whom he advised how to spend their limited time in Dublin. Photograph: Simon O’Connor

I feel the weight of the city on my shoulders as I stand on the first floor of a grand old Georgian house in Dublin and wait for the young French-C(...)

106/107 Patrick Street: adjoins Savoy centre

One of the finest retail buildings on Cork’s Patrick Street, Quills fashion store at numbers 106/107, is to be offered for sale on the instructions of(...)

26-27 Grafton Street: occupied by HMV on a short term lease, its likely future long-term tenant & Other Stories is expected to carry a full range of women’s clothes. photograph: cyril byrne

Only four months after opening the Cos fashion store on Dublin’s Wicklow Street, the giant H&M fashion group has emerged as the favourite to put (...)

Louis Copeland, Wicklow Street: the 296sq m (3,187sq ft) building has retail space on the ground and first floors. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

An Irish investor has paid just over €2.6 million for the Louis Copeland occupied retail building at 18 Wicklow Street in Dublin 2, which will show a (...)

The Bus Stop newsagents at  5 Grafton Street opposite Brown Thomas

A new trading opportunity will arise shortly in Dublin’s Grafton Street when the leasehold interest in the ground floor and basement of the Bus Stop n(...)

UnionPay: there are almost as many UnionPay cards globally in circulation as the two leading payment cards combined

It’s an increasingly common sight shopping malls and at ATMs and in hotels from Okinawa to Bangkok to Manila – the logo of the Chinese payment system (...)

The women’s mini marathon in Dublin: ‘I felt almost overwhelmed by the sheer force of the event.’ Photograph: Morgan Treacy/Inpho

The boy was about nine or 10, a born entrepreneur, standing with confidence at his handsome garden gate on Dublin’s Leeson Street, a plate of home-(...)

The Irish Bank Resolution Corporation and Ulster Bank took control of Arnotts in 2010 when they wrote off loans related to the ill-fated Northern Quarter property development

The Competition Authority has given its blessing to the acquisition of a 50 per cent stake in Dublin department store Arnotts by Fitzwilliam Finance P(...)

Mary Grant: “We have lived to tell the tale and both the business and I are much stronger for the experience.”

Running a clothing business in Ireland has never been easy. The sector was decimated during the 1980s and early 1990s by low-cost competition and thos(...)

18 Wicklow Street, Dublin 2: The 296sq m (3,187sq ft) building has retail space on the ground and first floors while the remaining floors are used as ancillary accommodation. photograph: cyril byrne

The renewed interest in Dublin city centre retail investments will again be in evidence this week when Savills seeks a buyer for number 18 Wick(...)