Property developer Deirdre Foley.

Property developer Deirdre Foley was paid at least €7.6 million after last year’s sale of Clerys, which has lain shuttered and undeveloped in Dublin c(...)

Artist’s impression of the new rooftop development planned for Clerys on O’Connell Street.

The owner of the former Clerys department store in Dublin has applied for planning permission to redevelop it as a hotel, offices, bars and shops. OCS(...)

The shuttered and closed Clerys in Dublin. There are a number of unanswered questions surrounding its closure.

The outcry about the treatment meted out to the sacked workers in the liquidation of Clerys, in the wake of last night’s RTÉ documentary on the issue,(...)

KPMG, the liquidator to Clerys’ operating company OCS Operations, is due to hold a meeting of creditors today to appoint a committee of inspection to oversee the liquidation

Lorraine Sweeney, whose LS Catering company owned the cafes at Clerys, says she is preparing legal action against several parties involved in the rece(...)

More than 400 staff lost their jobs when Clerys closed this summer

What a peculiar directors statement attached to the recently filed accounts of OCS Properties, the company that owns the building that housed Clerys, (...)

Liquidators have been formally appointed to Clery’s. Photograph: Frank Miller / The Irish Times

The High Court has confirmed the appointment of joint liquidators to the company which formerly operated Clerys department store. Mr Justice Brian (...)

Accounts for OCS Operations Ltd, which ran the Clerys department store until its closure on June 12th, show it made a loss of €1.1 million in the year to the end of January 2015. File photograph: Aidan Crawley

Losses at the Clerys department store reduced by more than €2 million in its final full year of trading, according to documents filed with the High Co(...)

Clerys on O’Connell Street, Dublin: between August 2012 and January 2015, the business lost €4.3 million and relied on loans from its parent group. Photographer: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

It survived the 1916 Easter Rising, two world wars, and major storm damage two years ago but the historic Clerys department store on O’Connell Street (...)

Shoppers leave Clerys department store on O’Connell Street, Dublin, yesterday. At about 6pm yesterday, liquidators from KPMG broke the news to staff that the Clerys was closing for good. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Clerys has seen many dramas unfold on its doorstep since it opened for business in 1853 but few as eventful as yesterday’s. At about 1.30pm st(...)