Boyers

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The Xtra-Vision store on the corner of Baggot Street and Waterloo Road in Dublin: Try to explain to a child of the 21st century what a video library was and watch confusion cloud their faces. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Last week, in an idle moment, Pricewatch took to Twitter and asked about the shops which have closed that people missed the most. The response was en(...)

Sports Direct now occupies the former Boyers building on Talbot Street, Dublin. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

UK billionaire Mike Ashley’s cavernous new SportsDirect.com megastore in Dublin is open barely a week and already its indigenous competitors must be f(...)

“There are escalators inside for Enda to make Donald Trump-style entrances down into the chamber (formerly the Cosmetics Hall and Karen Millen).” Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Leinster House is falling down Falling down, falling down Leinster House is falling down Where will the Dáil go? The renovation work has to b(...)

Boyers: UK chain Sports Direct to move into Boyers building on North Earl Street. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Sports Direct, Mike Ashley’s UK-listed retailer that controls Heatons shop chain, has acquired the former Boyers department store in North Earl Street(...)

A property writeback of €7.5 million, offset by a €3 million provision for the guarantee of group bank loans and net interest payments of €973,000, resulted in Arnotts Ltd closing the year ended January 2015 with a pre-tax profit of €3.6 million. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Arnotts department store in Dublin, which was acquired by Galen Weston’s Selfridges Group in November, made an operating profit of €159,000 in the ye(...)

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(...)

 A passerby reads a notice on the door of Boyers & Co on North Earl Street, Dublin, after it was announced the store would close in January. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Dublin faces the loss of another high-profile department store in January when Boyers on North Earl Street will close its doors . The news follows thi(...)

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(...)

Stephen McCarthy of Savills is seeking a tenant for a prime city centre restaurant at 16 North Earl Street, Dublin 1. The building extends to 300sq m(...)

Arnotts’ other lender, Ulster Bank, is participating in the restructuring process. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Arnotts is working on a plan to restructure its €368.6 million debt. This includes securing a potential acquirer for the loans to the company held by (...)