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Selfridges has said it is looking at launching into product rental, repair and resale as part of plans to radically improve its sustainability. Photograph: Aaron Chown/PA Wire

Selfridges is offering fashion items for rent in a bid to attract younger and ecologically minded customers at a challenging time for the retail secto(...)

Brown Thomas managing director Donald McDonald opens the doors at the Grafton Street store on its reopening after the Covid shutdown. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times

Brown Thomas and Arnotts are not just loved by consumers, they are also adored by their employees, many of whom have been with the retailers for years(...)

Brown Thomas and Arnotts have announced 150 job losses. Photograph Nick Bradshaw

The owner of Brown Thomas and Arnotts plans to cut almost 15 per cent of jobs across the two stores due to trading difficulties arising from the coron(...)

Hammerson, the co-owner of Dundrum Town Centre, says the value of its Irish property portfolio fell by nearly €138 million last year. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

Glenveagh close in on €250m deal Listed housebuilder Glenveagh has agreed a pre-fund deal with British investor Round Hill Capital that will see it g(...)

Brown Thomas: Dundrum outlet will comprise more than 63,000sq ft, roughly half the size of its flagship shop on Grafton Street.  Photograph: Eric Luke

Brown Thomas has agreed to let two floors of the House of Fraser department store in the Dundrum Town Centre in a move that will substantially boost i(...)

In response to the complaints the Institute of Education on Dublin’s Leeson Street  told the advertising standards body the  slogan was “intended to be regarded as an example of puffery rather than as a statement of fact”. File photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Complaints over an advertisement from the Institute of Education claiming to provider “better teachers” and “better results” have been upheld by the A(...)

Reality has hit home among Irish consumers that wages are rising and full employment is back. Providing Brexit is sorted without killing the economy, things aren’t so bad after all

Each year for the last several years we have gone to the same location with the children to see Santa Claus: an old manor estate on the outskirts of D(...)

 Vicki O’Toole, owner JJ O’Toole Ltd in Limerick. Photograph: Liam Burke/Press 22

Before Vicki O’Toole made the plunge into business, her life moved at an altogether more leisurely pace. A regular on the golf course for a 9.20am tee(...)

Links of London was founded in 1990, offering unisex jewellery and lifestyle accessories. Photograph: iStock

Greek jewellery maker Folli Follie’s Links of London appointed Deloitte as an administrator on Wednesday, putting about 350 jobs at risk and adding t(...)

The average length people stay in retailing  jobs is 4.4 years. With the millennial population it’s less than three years.

Next month sees the launch of Retail Ireland’s apprenticeship in retail supervision. It’s aimed at those working as supervisors in any sector of the r(...)

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