Grafton

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Grafton chief executive Gavin Slark said the group had a “satisfactory performance” for the ten months to October 31st. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Builders suppliers and DIY firm, Grafton Group, has reported a 12.8 per cent increase in revenue to £2.11 billion (€2.40 billion) for the ten months t(...)

Rising consumer spending is fuelling a wave of redevelopment along Grafton Street and surrounding areas. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

Zone A retail rents on Grafton Street have risen 25 per cent over the past year as occupiers have driven the vacancy rate on Ireland’s premier shoppin(...)

35 Henry Street, where the telecoms company 3 currently pays a rent of €425,000 per annum.

Friends First Irish Commercial Property Fund has outbid several other investors to buy the 3 store at 35 Henry Street, Dublin 1, for almost a €1 milli(...)

Kegs of  beer made by Anheuser-Busch InBev: its stocks gained 1 per cent on reports that most investors in beer maker SABMiller  support AB InBev’s takeover offer. Photograph: Olivier Hoslet/EPA

European stocks edged higher towards the end of Tuesday’s session as better-than-expected data from the other side of the Atlantic helped the market, (...)

Imagine the seven floors – all suspended from the roof, incidentally – as reading rooms, with panoramic views from the continuous runs of full-height windows, especially breathtaking from the upper levels. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh.

There isn’t a better location in Dublin for the new Central Library than the soon to be former Central Bank on Dame Street, just metres from College G(...)

Tahnee Morgan in her  Dublin home. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

From as young as eight, Tahnee Morgan, who grew up in Drogheda, Co Louth, was embellishing school berets with bits of her mum’s feather duster and Ch(...)

Brothers John and Stephen Quinn are seeing 100,000 jobseekers per month sign up to their recruitment firm Jobbio.

Hiring marketplace Jobbio has raised €5 million in funding as it continues to fund its international expansion. The company, founded in 2014 by brot(...)

Hickey’s Pharmacy: main tenant of the four-storey over basement block for sale. Photograph: Tony Healy

A multi-let block of retail buildings including Hickey’s Pharmacy at the junction of Grafton Street and Duke Street in Dublin city centre is to be of(...)

Deidre Somers: ‘We have a very poor tax policy around entrepreneurial relief, a very poor tax policy around CGT rollover relief , a very poor tax policy on stamp duty, and a very poor tax policy on share options. These are the tools that enable companies to scale rather than sell.’

As the Minister for Finance seeks to convince multinationals they are safe in Ireland in the wake the European Commission’s €13 billion Apple tax ruli(...)

Paddy Cosgrave who moved the Web Summit from Dublin to Lisbon. Photograph: Eric Luke

Last September, Paddy Cosgrave announced he was moving the Web Summit to Lisbon, citing Dublin hotel rip-offs and other infrastructural problems. It (...)

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