Louise Harvey: BTA addressed “particular business themes and challenges that are relevant for our business.” Photograph: iStock

Academic insights into best practice, peer learning and an opportunity to network with other businesses are just some of the benefits Brown Thomas Arn(...)

Paul Kelly, the former managing director of Brown Thomas, has been awarded the Isidoro Álvarez Lifetime Achievement Medal at World Retail Awards 2019.

Retailer Paul Kelly, the former managing director of Brown Thomas, has been awarded the Isidoro Álvarez Lifetime Achievement Medal at World Retail Awa(...)

CGI of number 7-9 Henry Street in Dublin 1

Fitzwilliam Real Estate Capital (Fitzwilliam REC), headed by solicitor and property developer Noel Smyth, has sold a retail development at 7-9 Henry S(...)

Brown Thomas on Grafton Street in Dublin, which is part of the Selfridges retail group. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Irishman Paul Kelly will switch from his role as managing director of the Selfridges retail business in the UK, Europe and Canada to head up a related(...)

Schuh shop: the 25-year lease, which has more than seven years to run, produces a rent of €480,000.

With a range of improvements on the way for Dublin’s O’Connell Street, Iput Property Fund has made a timely move to sell the successful Schuh footwear(...)

Beauty hall overhaul: a  new “beauty hub” promoting niche cosmetics brands is to  be constructed further inside the store

Selfridges Group is to pump €11 million into its Dublin department store, Arnotts, to fund a refurbishment and an upgrade of its technology systems. (...)

Brown Thomas managing director Stephen Sealey cites closure of BT2 outlets on Henry Street and Grafton Street, and a fall in sterling as  reasons for the drop in revenue and profit.

Upmarket Irish fashion retailer Brown Thomas reported a decline in turnover and profit last year as a result of closing two small stores and the impac(...)

Stephen Sealey, managing director of Brown Thomas: “Our business is only about level with last year. But it’s all to play for in the run-up to Christmas.” Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

Upmarket Irish fashion retailer Brown Thomas enjoyed a bumper 2015 with sales rising by 11 per cent and underlying profit increasing by more than 60 p(...)

A property writeback of €7.5 million, offset by a €3 million provision for the guarantee of group bank loans and net interest payments of €973,000, resulted in Arnotts Ltd closing the year ended January 2015 with a pre-tax profit of €3.6 million. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Arnotts department store in Dublin, which was acquired by Galen Weston’s Selfridges Group in November, made an operating profit of €159,000 in the ye(...)

Brown Thomas: pre-tax profit doubled to €12.8 million due to an exceptional credit of €8 million relating to an accounting treatment for its pension scheme. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Retailer Brown Thomas expects to record a double-digit increase in sales this year, helped by increased consumer confidence as the Irish economy conti(...)

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