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European equities climbed higher on Tuesday, with strong earnings reports from companies such as engineer GKN and retailer Next outpacing the threat to the region’s economy from further sanctions against Russia. Photo: Bloomberg

European equities climbed higher on Tuesday, with strong earnings reports from companies such as engineer GKN and retailer Next outpacing the threat t(...)

Next has generally been able to defy a tough macro economic background helped by its strong online offer, new store openings and diversification into new product areas, such as homewares, as well as new overseas markets. Photoraph: Next

Next, Britain’s second biggest clothing retailer which has outlets across Ireland, raised its guidance for annual sales and profit for the second time(...)

Last year’s Rewind the Film was supposed to be a double album but realising that they had two entirely different sets of songs, Manic Street Preach(...)

Fairgreen Shopping Centre Carlow. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

The Sam McCauley chemist chain has embarked on a major expansion of its operation at Fairgreen shopping centre in Carlow. The group has acquired the a(...)

Next forecast sales growth of 5.5 per cent to 9.5 per cent for the year, compared with a prior forecast of 4 per cent to 8 per cent. Photograph:  Frank Miller

Clothing retailer Next raised its full-year profit forecast little more than a month after setting it, as sales for the first quarter of the year exce(...)

Clothing retailer Next met guidance with a 11.8 per cent rise in year profit driven by growth at its Directory internet and catalogue business.(...)

The A|wear store, Edward Square, Galway. The agents are inviting rental offers in excess of €240,000

Joint agents Jones Lang LaSalle and Douglas Newman Good say they have already had several inquiries about the A|wear store in Galway even before they (...)

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Image of the week: ‘And what do you do?’ A red carpet of Stormtroopers with bonus Darth Vader is probably just an everyday event in the life of t(...)

A day after Irish figures suggested a slight improvement in Irish retail sales at the end of the year, the dire state of the UK “high street” was laid(...)

Tesco, which is almost two years into a turnaround plan for its UK business, said more shoppers had turned to discounters and upscale rivals for their Christmas treats. Photograph: Eric Luke

Two stalwarts of the British and Irish retail trade – Tesco and Marks & Spencer – have admitted that the Christmas period had failed to deliver(...)

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