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We have a very active construction pipeline of 542,750 sq m in the Dublin market, with almost 60 per cent of this space already spoken for. Photograph: Tom Honan

When you reflect on the outlook for the Irish commercial property market for the upcoming few years you must consider the fundamentals that underpin t(...)

UK prime minister Boris Johnson told Conservative MPs that his government is nearing an accord with the EU.

Irish shares and the wider European equities market dipped on Wednesday as investors adopted a more cautious stance ahead of a bulletin on the much so(...)

Online fashion retailer Asos said problems with warehouses in the United States and Germany were behind a 68 per cent slump in annual profit. Photograph: Suzanne Plunkett/Reuters

Online fashion retailer Asos said problems with warehouses in the United States and Germany, which caused a 68 per cent slump in annual profit, were l(...)

International revenues now make up more than two-fifths of Boohoo’s sales. Photograph: Getty

Revenue at teen fashion brand Boohoo topped £1 billion (€1.1 billion) over a 12-month period for the first time following what it described as an “out(...)

Clodagh Kelly and Katie Harrington, aka 'Climate Queens', only buy second-hand clothing, or swap items with friends. Photograph: Dave Meehan/The Irish Times

Around 100 billion items of clothing are delivered out of garment factories around the world every year. Collectively, the world’s population buys 400(...)

Online clothes retailer Asos plunged 23.19 per cent, wiping more than £500 million sterling off its value, after the company warned that profits would slump this year. Photograph: Reuters

Hopes that the European Central Bank could cut borrowing charges failed to lift markets as poor results, profit warnings and economic fears marred sto(...)

Photograph: Suzanne Plunkett/File Photo/Reuters

British online fashion retailer ASOS warned on profit for the third time in eight months on Thursday, blaming operational issues as it overhauls its w(...)

Doing business with the UK will not just be more difficult for businesses - it will be more difficult for consumers, too

The spectre of a chaotic, no-deal Brexit in October has been catapulted to the forefront of the Irish Government’s planning as a result of the Conserv(...)

Revolut CEO and co-founder Nikolay Storonsky: “As we grow, we are changing our culture. We do not communicate as aggressively as we did before.”

Revolut, the upstart bank, is considering introducing a disruptive new innovation to its business: a phone number. Since it launched in 2015, users (...)

Mourners in Negombo, Sri Lanka, on Monday. Photograph: Adam Dean/The New York Times

A lawyer and her two children were among the eight British victims of the Sri Lanka terror attacks, her husband has confirmed. Anita Nicholson, son A(...)

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