Arcadia is planning to close six stores in the Republic. Photograph: Getty

Sir Philip Green has proposed concessions for landlords in a last-minute deal to shore up support for his retail empire’s restructuring plans. The To(...)

Topshop and Arcadia’s other brands have struggled to thrive as shoppers increasingly embrace online retail. Photograph: Reuters

Doubt hangs over the future of Philip Green’s crumbling Arcadia Group after it postponed a crucial vote because it had failed to gain enough support f(...)

Closing down: six Arcadia Group stores in Ireland, including the flagship Topshop on St Stephen’s Green, are to shut. Photograph: Daniel Leal-Olivas/AFP/Getty

Topshop was nigh on unassailable a decade ago. At the launch of its New York flagship store, in April 2009, crowds of young women screamed “We love To(...)

It is unclear how many Irish jobs would be affected. Photograph: iStock

Philip Green’s make-or-break plan to restructure his Arcadia fashion empire would see the closure of six stores in the Republic: four in Dublin, one i(...)

Baroness Karren Brady, the football executive who once said that “balls of steel” were the foundation of her success, is to take over as chairman of Sir Philip Green’s Arcadia Group retail empire

Karren Brady, a judge on The Apprentice TV show and chief executive of West Ham United soccer club, has been appointed by Philip Green to chair his T(...)

Miss Selfridge and Dorothy Perkins stores, both operated by Arcadia, at Jervis Street shopping centre in Dublin. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

The Irish stores of the British women’s fashion chains Miss Selfridge and Wallis enjoyed contrasting fortunes last year, as Wallis incurred fur(...)