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The Xtra-Vision store on the corner of Baggot Street and Waterloo Road in Dublin: Try to explain to a child of the 21st century what a video library was and watch confusion cloud their faces. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Last week, in an idle moment, Pricewatch took to Twitter and asked about the shops which have closed that people missed the most. The response was en(...)

Property developer Deirdre Foley.

Property developer Deirdre Foley was paid at least €7.6 million after last year’s sale of Clerys, which has lain shuttered and undeveloped in Dublin c(...)

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 (...)

Quadrant, backed by Australian pension fund money, entered Ireland in 2015 to part fund the €29 million purchase of Clerys by Irish investment group D2 Private, led by Deirdre Foley, and Cheyne Capital Management in the UK.

US investment firm Quadrant Real Estate Advisors has lent more than €500 million for Irish commercial property projects since entering the market thre(...)

Clerys was sold to Natrium, a joint venture between Dublin-based investment firm D2 Private and UK-based fund Cheyne Capital Management, in 2015. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Clerys sale Natrium, the investment group that acquired Clerys department store, aims to double its money with a sale of the O’Connell Street premise(...)

Clerys was sold to Natrium, a vehicle of D2 Private, and KPMG acted as financial adviser to D2 Private when Natrium purchased the OCS companies that owned and operated Clerys, the court was told.

Two former directors of the company which operated Dublin’s landmark Clerys store were “actively misled” into believing the retail business would cont(...)

Deirdre Foley: fresh charges in Clerys case

Two extra charges have been brought against developer Deirdre Foley, who is facing trial over the handling of redundancies at Clerys department store (...)

Businesswoman Deirdre Foley leaves the Court of Appeal in Dublin on Thursday. Photograph: Collins Courts

The criminal prosecution of businesswoman Deirdre Foley over the handling of collective redundancies at Clerys department store is set to proceed. Ms(...)

Deirdre Foley: The case against Ms Foley, Mark Redmond and Brendan Cooney, OCS Operations Ltd and Natrium Ltd has been adjourned until July 3rd. Photograph: Collins Courts

Businesswoman Deirdre Foley will seek disclosure of evidence in July in a prosecution stemming from collective redundancies following the takeover of (...)

Deirdre Foley, of Hollybank Avenue Upper Ranelagh, Dublin 6: Has a 20% share in Natrium.

Deirdre Foley, the businesswoman associated with the purchase of the Clerys building in Dublin, is facing criminal charges arising from the collective(...)

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