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Developed in 1988 by British Land, the shopping centre has more than 90 shops over three levels. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Two separate shareholdings amounting to a 62.4 per cent stake in Dublin’s St Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre are being quietly offered for sale in a t(...)

  Philip Green, whose retail empire faces a make-or-break vote on its future on Wednesday as it seeks approval for its restructuring plans, deciding the fate of 18,000 employees.   Photograph:   Isabel Infantes/PA Wire

Philip Green’s Arcadia fashion group has secured backing for a controversial restructuring plan after a meeting of creditors voted to approve it. The(...)

It is unclear how many Irish jobs would be affected. Photograph: iStock

Philip Green’s make-or-break plan to restructure his Arcadia fashion empire would see the closure of six stores in the Republic: four in Dublin, one i(...)

Seamus Mallon said the agreement changed the relationship between the Irish Government and the British government.

Northern Ireland’s first deputy first minister Seamus Mallon said he is convinced the Belfast Agreement led to “one of the most important periods in I(...)

Michael Healy Rae: the Kerry TD  lists 11 properties for letting or rental in the register, as well as two properties under renovation or awaiting planning permission. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

More than a quarter of TDs are landlords while more than a fifth list other occupations in the latest register of TDs interests, published on Wednesda(...)

The City of London. Demand for office space still strong despite Brexit.

Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group’’s European banking unit has agreed to lease a new European headquarters from British Land and GIC Pte at London’s Bro(...)

A trader works at the Goldman Sachs stall on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. Photograph: Reuters

It was a slow day in the Irish market on Tuesday as investors geared up for super Thursday next week, a day when over 200 companies are due to report (...)

A trader uses his phone outside the New York Stock Exchange  in New York. Photograph: Reuters/Brendan McDermid

European equities suffered their worst day since September as political turmoil in the US pushed investors into safe haven investments following a str(...)

An investment company of Chinese property magnate Cheung Chung Kiu is interested in the Leadenhall building, also known as the “Cheesegrater”  Photograph: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg

British Land and joint venture partner Oxford Properties are in advanced talks to sell the “Cheesegrater” skyscraper in London, the company said on Tu(...)

Sean Mulryan, chairman and group chief executive of Ballymore Group  Photograph: Alan Betson 06/10/2016 -- Sean Mulryan is Chairman and Group Chief Executive of Ballymore Group  in front of a  Model of the proposed development of Dublin Landings by Ballymore Group, which is situated along Dublins North Wall Quay. Developments rights for the 2.35 hectare site were secured by Oxley Docklands Quay Ltd. 1,000,000 sq ft mixed used development with 7000,000 st ft of Grada A office and retail space with 273 luxury residential apartments. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Irish property developer Ballymore has been on something of a a roll in the past number of months. Last October, the company unveiled its plans for (...)

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