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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(...)

Belfast’s Disney Store was among the shops targeted by Julie Anne Joyce.

A Dublin woman has admitted stealing £3,000 (about €3,300) worth of clothes during a one-day shoplifting spree in Belfast. The woman, Julie Anne Joy(...)

It’s not all doom and gloom in retail as the food and beverage sector is experiencing strong demand

The latest commentary on Dublin’s retail sector points to an uncertain market which shows little of the underlying occupational strength of the office(...)

Summer wardrobes can only expand so much. Enjoying the sunshine in Merrion Square, in Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

First sign of a heatwave, lovely. Break out the straw hats and open-toe sandals. Invest in breathable fabrics, shun long sleeves, weigh up the appropr(...)

Visa payments issue on Friday affected millions of people across Europe.

What went wrong? Visa users experienced widespread problems with card payments on Friday. The problems have now been resolved. The problems appeared(...)

 Visa has apologised after a system failure prevented card payments across the UK and Europe on Friday. It said the issue was now resolved. Photograph: PA

Visa has apologised after a system failure prevented card payments across Ireland and the rest of Europe on Friday evening, adding that the issues hav(...)

The number of women sitting on Ftse 350 boards has doubled since 2011 with the number of all male boards falling from 152 to 10. Photograph: Daniel Sorabji/AFP/Getty Images

Women aren’t able to understand the “extremely complex” issues Ftse boards deal with, they don’t want the “hassle or pressure” of sitting on a top boa(...)

CGI of 7-9 Henry Street, Dublin, when completed

The UK fashion retail chain Next is to open a new Dublin flagship store on Henry Street in the run-up to Christmas, according to the owners of the bu(...)

The Westend Retail Park in Blanchardstown, orginally developed by the Cosgrave Property Group, was one of the first open-use retail parks in the Republic .

Deutsche Bank is to acquire Westend Retail Park in Blanchardstown, in Dublin 15, from property firm Green Reit for €148 million, marking the German ba(...)

Jervis Shopping Centre on Dublin’s Henry Street. One of its tenants, Next, plans to relocate to a part of the former Arnotts store at 7-9 Henry Street

UK sports and fashion retailer JD Sports is limbering up for a future growth in sales as it prepares to take over a flagship store at the Jervis Shop(...)

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