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The business – which has its Irish HQ at Heaton House in the IDA Business Park in Whitestown, Tallaght – last year recorded pre-tax losses of €28.57 million due to a lease provision of €33 million.

The Irish arm of UK billionaire Mike Ashley’s Sports Direct and Brand Max stores last year paid out an interim dividend of €1 million a(...)

Associated British Foods, the owner of the Irish-headquartered discount fashion chain Penneys/Primark, was up by almost 17 per cent in early afternoon trading.

Hospitality stocks, such as airlines and hotel operators, as well as retailers surged on the news that a potential vaccine for coronavirus may be up t(...)

Boots joins a growing list of high-profile retailers in disputes with Irish shopping centres and institutional landlords. Photograph: Oli Scarff/Getty

Pharmacy giant Boots is the latest major retailer to become embroiled in rental disputes with its Irish landlords as the damaging effects of the coron(...)

Sports Direct retail outlet on Marlborough Street, Dublin city centre. The company’s lease costs remained static at €11.4m.  File photograph: Getty

The Irish arm of Mike Ashley’s Sports Direct and BrandMax stores plunged further into the red last year, recording losses before tax of €19.5 million.(...)

The SportsDirect premises on North Earl Street, Dublin 1, which was previously Boyers department store

UK-listed retailer Sports Direct is understood to have quietly sold its flagship premises on Dublin’s North Earl Street for about €20 million.The off-(...)

The deal for House of Fraser in Dundrum was concluded on Tuesday.

Mike Ashley’s Sports Direct International group has taken formal control of the House of Fraser store in Dundrum, Dublin. EY, the UK-based administra(...)

Debenhams on Oxford Street: the retailer’s board was forced to rush out a statement to reassure investors. Photograph:  Hannah McKay

It’s been a bleak summer for Britain’s retailers, with the collapse of Poundworld in June, House of Fraser in August and a string of store closures an(...)

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 (...)

Charlestown Shopping Centre in north Dublin has the benefit of a current grant of planning permission for 247 apartments on adjoining land.

Businessman Eamon Watters, owner of Panda Waste, one of Ireland’s largest waste collection and recycling companies, has acquired a substantial stake i(...)

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(...)

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