Clerys

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Having the time of her life? UK prime minister Theresa May dances on to the stage at the Conservative Party conference. Photograph: Oli Scarff/AFP/Getty Images

UK prime minister Theresa May elicited gleeful applause this week as she danced on to the stage at the Conservative Party conference to the tune of Ab(...)

Clerys is to be redeveloped. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

When Clerys closed its doors for the last time in 2015, it was under controversial circumstances. It wasn’t the sale of the 162-year-old retailer and (...)

Natrium, led by businesswoman Deirdre Foley, bought the department store for €29 million in June 2015 under controversial circumstances. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

A unit of the Rockefeller Group has joined up with Paddy McKillen jnr’s Press-Up Entertainment to buy and redevelop the former Clerys department store(...)

House of Fraser in Dundrum, Dublin, is trading as normal in the interim

Mike Ashley’s Sports Direct is unlikely to get the green light to go ahead with its proposed acquisition of House of Fraser in Dundrum, Dublin, until (...)

The Sunday Times reports that companies linked to the family of developer Paddy McKillen are now in exclusive talks to buy the former Clerys department store on O’Connell Street in Dublin from Deirdre Foley’s Natrium consortium.

Permanent TSB’s (PTSB) agreement in late July to sell 11,000 distressed mortgages to an affiliate of US private equity firm Loan Star may result in th(...)

With sales of £3.4 billion, Sports Direct is king of its castle in sports retailing in Britain.

The hard-headed billionaire, Sports Direct retailer Mike Ashley, has for years been a pantomime villain of Britain’s financial press. But over the la(...)

Up to a quarter of the half-year profits that AIB are due to report this week come from the sale of its €1.1 billion Project Redwood portfolio of dist(...)

US property fund Thor Equities is seen bidding for the former Clerys department store on O’Connell Street in Dublin, according to a report in the Sunday Times.

Cardinal Carlyle Ireland has put electronic payments company Payzone on the market with a price tag of between €90 million and €110 million, according(...)

John Seery, of the O’Connell Street Revival Society, pictured at an event  outside the former Clerys store in Dublin on the third anniversary of its closure. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times.

The third anniversary of the closure of Clerys department store has been marked in Dublin by a group that hopes to revive the fortunes of O’Connell St(...)

Clerys was closed in June 2015 and 460 people lost their jobs. Photograph: Eric Luke

A High Court challenge has been brought over a lower court’s decision to strike out charges linked to redundancies at Clerys department store in Dubli(...)

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