John Lyttle

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Boohoo chief exeutive John Lyttle.  Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

British online fashion retailer Boohoo weathered negative publicity over its supply chain failings, reporting a 32 per cent rise in sales in its lates(...)

Boohoo chief executive John Lyttle is in line to receive shares worth up to £50 million (€57.9 million) in March 2024 if the online fashion retailer hits share-price targets set when he joined from Primark/Penneys just over two years ago.

Offaly man John Lyttle, chief executive of UK-listed online fashion retailer Boohoo, remains on course to pick up the largest corporate bonus ever aw(...)

Boohoo plans to publish an approved list of international suppliers  after trimming its British list to 78.

Boohoo, the online fashion retailer, is cutting more than 400 companies from its supplier network following a critical report last year on labour prac(...)

The Topshop store on Princes Street, Edinburgh, part of the collapsed fashion group Arcadia. Photograph: PA

What is Arcadia and why is it in the news? UK retailer Arcadia Group is the debt-stricken owner of the Topshop, Topman, Dorothy Perkins, Burton, Eva(...)

Boohoo, which has grown into a company with a market value of more than £4 billion (€4.4 billion), acknowledged the need for change.Photograph: Ben Stansall/AFP via Getty Images

An independent review for fashion retailer Boohoo found many failings in its English supply chain after allegations about working conditions and low p(...)

Shops have reopened but these are uncertain, unusual times for consumers and retailers alike. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

Looking at video clips of queues outside popular shops like Ikea and Penneys, observers could be forgiven for thinking that the retail sector is thriv(...)

Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe with children from the local Chinese community at the launch of Chinese New Year celebrations at the Hill Street Family Resource Centre in central Dublin. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

The last time Ireland had an election on the back of a long economic expansion was 2007. That was the year Pádraig Harrington won his first Open Champ(...)

International revenues now make up more than two-fifths of Boohoo’s sales. Photograph: Getty

Revenue at teen fashion brand Boohoo topped £1 billion (€1.1 billion) over a 12-month period for the first time following what it described as an “out(...)

 Karen Millen outlet in London: along with Coast, its web operation is being bought by online fast-fashion group BooHoo. Photograph: Andy Rain

While the Irish stores of Karen Millen and Coast entered provisional liquidation on Wednesday, a day after their UK parent went into administration, i(...)

BooHoo founder Carol Kane with the company’s new CEO, Offaly native John Lyttle,  in Dublin.  Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

John Lyttle, the Irishman who was last year announced as the new chief executive of online fashion retailer BooHoo.com, has officially taken up the ro(...)

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