The HMV store at 65/66 Grafton Street, Dublin. Photograph: Eric Luke

Zara owner Inditex is expected to be high on the list of international fashion traders to be targeted by agent Savills when it launches a marketing(...)

The Local Property Tax forms sent out by Revenue Photograph: Bryan O'Brien/The Irish Times

The European Commission has said the self-assessed nature of the property tax may give rise to some homeowners undervaluing their properties. I(...)

 Seán Dunne: owes €185 million to Nama

Lawyers for property developer Seán Dunne have filed records in the Connecticut courts halting the National Asset Manag(...)

 Seán Dunne: “I can always say to anyone that we did our best and came up short but now we move on.” Photograph: Frank Miller

Property developer Seán Dunne says he could emerge debt-free from bankruptcy within six months in the US state of Connecticut, and his creditors, i(...)

He is the former “Baron of Ballsbridge” turned “debtor number 39” on Nama’s books. However, in an article in the S(...)

Property developer Sean Dunne estimates his liabilities at between $500 million (€390 million) and $1 billion (€780 million) and his assets at $1 million and $10 million in the court bankruptcy filing.

Property developer Sean Dunne has listed several of the country's main banks as creditors in a bankruptcy filing made in the state of Connectic(...)

’s High Court ruling that the rent on Bewley’s cafe on Dublin’s Grafton Street must be allowed to fall in line with the depressed(...)

Moody’s said it was keeping its outlook for ireland at negative. Photograph: Scott Eells/Bloomberg

Ratings agency Moody’s has affirmed its negative outlook on Ireland’s sovereign rating, as the EU bailout of Cyprus and poor asset quality in the I(...)

4 Grand Canal Square: Facebook in negotiations. Photograph: David Sleator/The Irish Times

Facebook appears to be on the verge of a major expansion of its European headquarters in Dublin following reports that it is in negotiations to ren(...)

Nama chief executive Brendan McDonagh said the agency had retained performing assets. Photograph: Frank Miller/The Irish Times

The National Asset Management Agency ’s income of €1.2 billion a year in rents proves that it has not sold off the most valuab(...)

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