Eason

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  Jenny Rodden, Three Store manager in Galway, with Eugene and Ronan Greaney from The Dough Bros Wood Fired Pizza, one the businesses that uses the 3Plus app to find new customers. Photo: Andrew Downes/xposure.ie

Originally launched in 2015, Three Ireland’s 3Plus loyalty app is now being used by businesses around Ireland to target users living locally and who m(...)

Administrators appointed to Harland and Wolff shipyard will file for insolvency at the High Court in Belfast today.

Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) executives have said it could be another four years before the group’s Ulster Bank unit in the Republic will be making en(...)

The six stores, in Kilkenny, Clonmel, Balbriggan, Maynooth, Arklow and Ennis,  are currently operated by existing franchisees David Power and Tony Flanagan. Photograph: Dave Meehan

Irish retailer Eason is to expand its company-owned store network after agreeing to acquire the trading businesses of six franchised stores. The sum (...)

First-round bids for the O’Connell Street shop are due on August 14th with a price of €24.5m being sought by real estate agent Bannon. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Irish books retailer Eason last year recorded its highest profit since 2006 but turnover was down due to the challenging trading environment that cont(...)

Eason’s shop on O’Connell Street in Dublin has  four floors of retail extending to a combined 3,872sq m (41,680sq ft).

Eason has put its flagship shop on O’Connell Street in Dublin on the market at more than €24.5 million through agent Bannon. It is being sold with a(...)

Eason & Son   is taking a new 25-year lease of the premises on St Patrick’s Street in Cork city.

Agent Bannon is seeking offers in excess of €6.6 million for a landmark building on Cork city’s most sought-after thoroughfare, St Patrick’s Street. (...)

 No 33, Shop Street, Galway

One of the best shops in Galway city centre is on the market for more than €8 million through agent Bannon. It is being sold on a sale-and-leaseback b(...)

Eason on O’Connell Street, Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Irish retailer Eason has received High Court approval to proceed with a corporate restructuring of the business designed to free up about €60 million (...)

Eason on O’Connell Street, Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Irish books retailer Eason is seeking court approval for a demerger of companies within the group that could lead to some €60 million being available (...)

 Eason in O’Connell Street, Dublin. The retailer’s chairman David Dilger said Eason had “delivered” on its financial targets for the year, both in terms of revenues and profits.  Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Irish books and stationery retailer Eason saw sales at its retail business in the Republic and its online store increase in the 11 months to the end o(...)

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