Arcadia Centre in Athlone

A retail park and neighbourhood centre in Athlone is guiding €4.4 million through Savills. The quoted price is significantly below replacement cost,(...)

Baroness Karren Brady, the football executive who once said that “balls of steel” were the foundation of her success, is to take over as chairman of Sir Philip Green’s Arcadia Group retail empire

Karren Brady, a judge on The Apprentice TV show and chief executive of West Ham United soccer club, has been appointed by Philip Green to chair his T(...)

Sir Philip Green

Disgraced businessman Sir Philip Green’s woes aren’t just restricted to his fashion empire in Britain. Newly filed accounts show the Topshop tycoon’s (...)

Philip Green’s Taveta Investments, the holding company of Arcadia, has recorded a 16.5 per cent drop in profits. Photograph: John Stillwell/PA Wire

Philip Green’s Arcadia Group is starting to look a lot like BHS. The department store chain went into administration in April 2016, a year after Mr G(...)

While Topshop is a fixture on British high streets, the chain has only 140 stores outside the UK

Retail tycoon Sir Philip Green is to mount a rescue bid for the Australian arm of Topshop after the fashion chain’s local franchise partner slipped in(...)

A sales assistant alleged  that she had fallen from a ladder in the Dorothy Perkins stock room at Jervis Street Shopping Centre. Photograph: Google Street View

A 28-year-old sales assistant, who fell from a ladder in a Dublin Dorothy Perkins store, has settled a €60,000 personal injuries claim against her emp(...)

The property at 42-43 Henry Street is a four-storey over-basement terraced corner building with an overall floor area of 961 sq m (10,342 sq ft), including 260 sq m (2,800 sq ft) at ground-floor level.

Dublin’s strongly performing Henry Street is once again to be the centre of attention for investment funds with the forthcoming sale of the retail pre(...)

Economist and UN special adviser Jeffrey Sachs in Dublin this week:  he described Apple’s tax arrangements in Ireland as “offensive”. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

New challenges have been highlighted to the State’s corporate tax practices as proposals for a Europe-wide corporate tax base were unveiled by the Eu(...)

Art students from St Mary’s Secondary School, Glasnevin at the Art Teachers’ Association of Ireland launch of the #stateoftheart campaign. Photograph: Naoise Culhane

1. No referendum on Eighth Amendment until 2018 at earliest A possible referendum to repeal the Eighth Amendment cannot be held until 2018 at the ear(...)

Jervis Shopping Centre on Henry Street, Dublin, is to get its first major shake-up in 20 years.

Dublin’s Jervis Shopping Centre is to get its first major shake-up in 20 years with plans by the UK’s Arcadia Group to replace its five fashion shops (...)