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The sun sets behind smoke rising from the LyondellBasell refining plant in Houston, Texas, on April 20th, the day US crude oil prices ended in negative territory for the first time. Photograph: Mark Felix/AFP

Image of the week: Black gold? Remember when the price of crude oil was more than $100 a barrel? Probably not, as that was six years ago, and who can(...)

A model wears a dress from Warehouse’s 2020 range. The most recent company accounts for Oasis show that it employed about 220 people in the Republic, while Warehouse employed 95.

The High Court has appointed provisional liquidators to the Irish arms of related ladies fashion outlets Oasis and Warehouse. The order was sought i(...)

Warehouse operates from five locations in Dublin.

Warehouse, the retail brand that is part of the Aurora fashion group that used to include Karen Millen, has bemoaned the “difficult retail environment(...)

Photograph: Dave Meehan

Employees of fashion retailer Karen Millen’s Irish stores have been underpaid by the company for at least four months as a result of “issues” in the c(...)

Clothes hang on the rack at a Karen Millen clothing store.  Photographer: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg News

The Irish arm of clothing retailer Karen Millen returned to profit as its digital business grew, despite a difficult retail environment and static sal(...)

Coast, Oasis and Warehouse are all owned by Aurora Fashions, and were put up for sale in October 2016 as part of an effort to recover money for creditors of the failed Icelandic bank Kaupthing

Top high street fashion brands are struggling to survive on Ireland’s high street. In the same week that Forever 21 announced it is to close its onl(...)

Accounts for Karen Millen Ireland Limited show that it broke even in the year to the end of February 2016. Photograph: Dave Meehan

Fashion chain Karen Millen recorded sales of €5.9 million in its Irish stores in the year to the end of February 2016, down 6 per cent year on year in(...)

Oasis Fashions Ireland Limited saw sales  fall by 2 per cent to €19.1 million from €19.4 million

Three of the country’s best-known high-street fashion retail brands – Coast, Oasis and Warehouse – continued to report challenging trading conditions(...)

 Valuations of clothing retailers have come under pressure, with Britain’s fashion market suffering its steepest decline in sales since 2009. Photograph: Eric Luke

Administrators for failed Icelandic bank Kaupthing are looking to sell off British retailers including Coast, Oasis and Warehouse, which employ thousa(...)

Burlington Loan Management  investments include loans linked to the Belfast-registered Titanic Quarter.

A Dublin firm set up during the crash by US hedge fund, Davidson Kempner, to pick up distressed financial assets across Europe paid just $125 in corpo(...)

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