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Eason shareholders had originally expected to share in a €60 million distribution but the sale of three properties – including its flagship store – has been delayed. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Shareholders in Irish books and stationery retailer Eason have approved a €20 million payout from the proceeds of the sale of a number of properties s(...)

Footfall remains low in Eason shops, although its ecommerce sales have blossomed in the pandemic. Photograph: Dave Meehan

Eason shareholders will get the chance to vote next month on a proposal to distribute €20 million between them from the proceeds of property sales ove(...)

 Eason’s flagship store on O’Connell Street, Dublin. It is one of three properties that the company had hoped to sell this year, with the process shelved due to the impact of Covid-19 on the economy. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

Shareholders in Irish books retailer Eason are set to share in a €20 million payout by the end of this year from the proceeds of the sale of a number (...)

 Eason intended to sell its  O’Connell Street property this year but this has been delayed due to the Covid-19 pandemic. File photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Some 230 Eason shareholders are to share a €20 million payout this autumn from the disposal of a number of properties over the past 18 months but the (...)

The six stores, in Kilkenny, Clonmel, Balbriggan, Maynooth, Arklow and Ennis,  are currently operated by existing franchisees David Power and Tony Flanagan. Photograph: Dave Meehan

Irish retailer Eason is to expand its company-owned store network after agreeing to acquire the trading businesses of six franchised stores. The sum (...)

First-round bids for the O’Connell Street shop are due on August 14th with a price of €24.5m being sought by real estate agent Bannon. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Irish books retailer Eason last year recorded its highest profit since 2006 but turnover was down due to the challenging trading environment that cont(...)

David Walliams  in Eason’s flagship O’Connell Street store in Dublin, where he was signing copies of his book The Ice Monster. Eason has reworked its books offering in the hope of attracting more customers into its stores. Photograph: Julien Behal Photography

Eason shareholders had much to be happy about in its latest annual results. The company made an after-tax profit of €4 million, the highest since 2006(...)

Eason on O’Connell Street, Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Irish retailer Eason has received High Court approval to proceed with a corporate restructuring of the business designed to free up about €60 million (...)

Eason’s flagship store on O’Connell Street in Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

These are interesting times for Irish books retailer Eason, which this week asked the High Court to formally approve its plan to pay a €60 million spe(...)

 Eason in O’Connell Street, Dublin. The retailer’s chairman David Dilger said Eason had “delivered” on its financial targets for the year, both in terms of revenues and profits.  Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Irish books and stationery retailer Eason saw sales at its retail business in the Republic and its online store increase in the 11 months to the end o(...)

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