Raylo founders Karl Gilbert, Richard Fulton and Jinden Badesha.

Raylo, a smartphone subscription company co-founded by two northerners, has raised $11.5 million (€9.7 million). The deal brings to $40 million the t(...)

Henry Street in Dublin at one point had a vacancy rate of 31%. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

The decision by US clothing retailer Gap to extricate itself from bricks and mortar retail stores in Ireland may have come as a shock to consumers her(...)

The group, which trades as Currys PC World in Ireland, said electricals like-for-like growth was 39 per cent for the year to May 1st. Photograph: iStock

Electrical retailer Dixons Carphone reported a strong performance in Ireland, despite ongoing coronavirus restrictions that closed stores for several (...)

Carphone Warehouse: Departure from the Republic confirmed in April. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Carphone Warehouse Ireland employees will receive an “enhanced redundancy package” over and above the statutory payment, the retailer said on Wednesda(...)

Deserted streets in  Temple Bar  in March, 2020. File photograph: Lorraine O’Sullivan/Reuters

The Tánaiste has warned that the announcement of the re-opening of the economy “cannot be a false dawn”. Leo Varadkar said “we must avoid a fourth wa(...)

 Minister for Public Expenditure Michael McGrath. Photograph: Sasko Lazarov/RollingMews.ie

It is part of the job of a competent public relations professional to throw the best possible light on any messages conveyed by the client, if the PR (...)

Sales across the Currys PC World side of the business were up 11 per cent in the second half of the parent group’s fiscal year. Photograph: iStock

UK-listed retailing group, Dixon Carphone, which last week announced the closure of 81 Carphone Warehouse outlets in Ireland with the loss of 486 jobs(...)

Dixons Travel has a network of 25 stores in the UK and the Republic. Photograph: iStock

Dixons Carphone will close its stores in airports, betting that a travel recovery won’t bring enough customers to make up for a UK decision to end tax(...)

 Insolvency specialist Ken Fennell has worked through the ‘dark days’ of the 1980s, the Irish economy’s subsequent Celtic Tiger growth, the financial crash, and now Covid-19. ‘This will play out differently,’ he says.  Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

With signs that the Covid-19 tide may begin receding this year – albeit much later than many hoped six months ago – the Central Bank of Ireland and ot(...)

Vodafone, which has more than 2.3m customers locally, said while its business model is more resilient than many other sectors, it is under pressure. File photograph: The Irish Times

Vodafone Ireland has said it is not immune to the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on its business as it reported a rise in earnings and a return to(...)

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