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Former Debenhams staff protesting outside its store on Dublin’s Henry Street in June: the company was one of the high-profile retailers to put their Irish arms into liquidation. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

The level of corporate insolvencies in Ireland may peak next year at levels last seen at the end of the financial crisis as the real cost of the Covid(...)

A shopper  passes advertising billboards for Boohoo and  PrettyLittleThing in central London. Photograph: Reuters/James Akena

UK online fashion retailer Boohoo, which is led by Irishman John Lyttle, said it expected revenues to grow by 25 per cent in the current financial yea(...)

The Mothercare shop at the St Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre, Dublin will be one of 14 outlets not to reopen. Photograph Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times

Mothercare’s retail business in the Republic is being placed into liquidation with the family that owns the franchise here citing the “unprecedented” (...)

Bewley’s cafe eventually crumbled under the weight of its annual €1.5 million rent for its prime spot on the middle of the capital’s main retail thoroughfare. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

The economy’s tectonic plates are shifting beneath the ground occupied by retailers, as the closure last week of the Bewley’s cafe on Grafton Street i(...)

Grafton Street in Dublin, the 13th most expensive shopping street in the world. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

It has become a humorous internet meme to point out changes in the environment spurred by global lockdowns, and conclude that the planet is renewing i(...)

 Debenhams in Ireland is among those firms whose business has  collapsed  in the past month. Photograph: Andrew Redington/Getty

Irish companies hit by the Covid-19 crisis face the prospect of auditors issuing qualified opinions on their annual accounts and challenges to directo(...)

 Debenhams in Ireland is among those firms whose business has  collapsed  in the past month. Photograph: Andrew Redington/Getty

Irish companies hit by the Covid-19 crisis face the prospect of auditors issuing qualified opinions on their annual accounts and challenges to directo(...)

Debenhams closed its doors. The catastrophic consequences of the coronavirus pandemic on Irish businesses and the world economy were further crystalised this week

The catastrophic consequences of the coronavirus pandemic on Irish businesses and the world economy were further crystalised this week as fears grow t(...)

When 2010 opened its bleary eyes, in the teeth of the last recession, it took our towns and cities a little while to catch up. People hang on, spend t(...)

'Juman Malouf is not afraid to be an individual. And the irony is that I’d like to be exactly like her.'

My Sudden Wild Enthusiasms aren’t always about items of clothing or skincare. They can glom on to anything, from Danish TV shows to Icelandic skyr (it(...)

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