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Asos shares fell over 37 per cent on Monday. Photograph: Suzanne Plunkett/Reuters

European shares tumbled on Monday when a profit warning from online fashion retailer Asos sent retail stocks into nose-dive as investors fretted that (...)

 Designer and Dress for Success founder Sonya Lennon was among the other panellists. Photograph:    Marc O’Sullivan

A calm, rational discussion can be a beautiful and enlightening thing. On Tuesday, I took part in a panel debate about gender inequality in business,(...)

Traders work on the floor of  the New York Stock Exchange. Shares of Facebook gained 3.7 per cent. Photograph: Bryan R. Smith/AFP

European shares rallied on Wednesday as a tumultuous October drew to a close and strong results from L’Oréal, Sanofi, and banks Standard Chartered and(...)

Next forecast full-price sales growth of 3 per cent and pretax profit of £727 million (€816.1 million) for the full-year 2018-19. Photograph: Andrew Winning/Reuters

British clothing retailer Next on Wednesday maintained its profit guidance for the full year after it navigated the difficult autumn trading environme(...)

Boohoo sells own-brand clothing, shoes, accessories and beauty products. Its brands include PrettyLittleThing and Nasty Gal. Photograph: Reuters

Fashion retailer Boohoo, a brand beloved of Irish teens, raised its sales guidance on Wednesday as it beat forecasts with a 22 per cent first-half pro(...)

 The Apollo House site on Tara and Poolbeg streets.

Quinn Industrial Holdings (QIH) has stepped up its pursuit of those whom it accuses of defaming it online by filing legal action against one of its ow(...)

Next has upgraded its full-year profit expectations. Photograph: Andrew Winning/File Photo/Reuters

Fashion retailer Next cheered the City on Tuesday by upgrading its full-year profit expectations, admitting it had been too gloomy about the impact of(...)

Smurfit Kappa fell more than 2 per cent to €34.20. Photograph: Luke MacGregor/Bloomberg

European shares closed higher on Tuesday boosted by gains among oil stocks and optimism over the Italian budget. The Ftse 100 in London climbed to a (...)

Royal London, the largest mutual life, pensions and investment company in the UK, with funds under management of £117 billion, has been operating in Ireland for over 180 years.

UK insurance group Royal London is to establish a new subsidiary in Dublin which will allow it to keep serving the Irish market once the UK leaves the(...)

Next is getting ready for Brexit.

Retailer Next has become the latest UK company to set out a strategy for life post-Brexit, as it outlined plans on Tuesday for a new Irish company, wh(...)

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