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Struggling department store Debenhams was a bright spot after Sports Direct’s Mike Ashley made a move towards running the more than 240-year-old company.

European equities finished the week on a negative note, resulting in stocks notching up their biggest weekly fall since December. Losses extended aft(...)

The logo of British mobile phone giant Vodafone outside one of its shops in central London. Photograph: Ben Stansall/AFP/Getty Images

European shares fell again, compounding a difficult week that saw a widespread equity sell-off. The Iseq in Dublin limited the drop to 0.2 per cent. (...)

Traders  on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.   Photograph: Michael Nagle/Bloomberg

European indices sank on Tuesday after four days of gains, weighed down by bank and energy stocks, as well as uncertainty over elections in the Nether(...)

All eyes will be on Applegreen when its full year results come out on Tuesday. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Monday Results: Avid Technologies, Aryzta (H1). Indicators: Irish construction PMI (Feb) Tuesday Results: Applegreen, Prudential, SIG, Trinit(...)

Ballymount Retail Park, made up of  nine  units and  overhead offices. Photograph: Peter Moloney/PM Photography

A leading retail park anchored by the high-profile company Tilestyle in west Dublin goes for sale on Wednesday at a guide price of more than €13.8 mil(...)

The Exchange: will have an overall floor area of 10,219 sq m (110,000 sq ft) and 37 basement parking spaces

The fast-expanding property fund IPUT is to forward-fund a new €80 million office building in Dublin’s IFSC. The Cosgrave Property Group is to hand(...)

SIG employs about 250 people in Ireland

Specialist building products supplier SIG, which employs about 250 people over 11 locations in Ireland, has reported a pretax profit of £26.8 million (...)

William O Flaherty, Palmerstown, Dublin pictured during the Dublin Toy & Train Fair in 2002. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Careers Zoo Record numbers are expected to attend the Career Zoo, which takes place at the Convention Centre in Dublin from 10am to 5pm tomorro(...)