Boyers

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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 (...)