Conor Whelan

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Tramway House: the building and  tramyard date from the early part of the 1900s

A former Tramway House and a tramyard dating from the early part of the 1900s in Dartry, Dublin 6, which is due to be offered for sale in the coming d(...)

James Osborne, the chairman of books-to-stationary retailer Eason, in a letter to Eason’s 239 shareholders dated February 2014, did not say what the businesses turnover now was but the group’s accounts to the year to the end of January 2012 state it had a turnover of €244.9 million. This indicates turnover is down about €21 million.

James Osborne, the chairman of books-to-stationary retailer Eason, has written to shareholders to say that re(...)

DLR Properties, which owns and manages the buildings in Cherrywood, is working with the new tenants to refurbish and fit out the premises to precise specifications

Two high-calibre international technology firms are to lease office space of 2,879sq m (31,000sq ft) in one of two buildings in Cherrywood owned by a (...)

The Japanese brewing and distilling company Suntory has agreed to lease 1,000sq m (10,763sq ft)in The Chase office complex in Sandyford, Co Dublin. Th(...)

Kansas-based H&R Block is to set up its Dublin operation in No 1 Hatch Street where it will rent a large office suite

H&R Block, one of the world’s largest tax service providers, is to open a Dublin office with the intention of cornering a share of the tax returns(...)

Easons has agreed a partnership with Kobo to sell its e-reading devices throughout its 60 Irish stores.
Photographer: Dara Mac Dónaill / THE IRISH TIMES

eReading firm Kobo, which today opened its new European software development centre in Dublin, is set to partner with Easons. The competitor to Ama(...)

FÁS will relocate to Castleforbes House, Mayor street, in the north Dublin docklands. photograph: Eric Luke

The FÁS head office at Upper Baggot Street, Dublin 4, is expected to be demolished and redeveloped by new owners Kennedy Wilson when the lease expires(...)

Eason’s turnaround in bottom-line performance was driven largely by payroll savings of €3.1 million from a restructuring plan that has reduced employee headcount by 224. Photographer: Dara Mac Dónaill

Irish-owned book and stationery retailer and distributor Eason returned to the black last year by recording a pretax profit of €3.1 million for the 52(...)

Elm Park in D4: Novartis to rent 7,883sq m (84,863sq ft)

The pharmaceutical firm Novartis, Europe’s largest drugmaker, is close to agreeing rental terms on one of several long vacant office blocks at (...)

Conor Whelan, managing director of Eason & Co, and Derek Hughes of Hughes & Hughes. Photograph: Jason Clarke Photography

Irish bookseller Eason & Co has added six franchised outlets to its chain of stores, including three shops belonging to ri(...)

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