John Lyttle

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 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(...)

As the Christmas shopping season kicks off in earnest, the reality of the behavioural shift will become more apparent than ever before. For many retailers and their customers, it will be, at least partially, a digital Christmas and a cyber New Year. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

You would have to search high and low to find a prettier market square than the one in Donegal town. It’s not really a square at all, of course, but i(...)

Boo-who? Among 16-30-year-olds, online-only fashion retailer Boohoo is wildly popular, shifting quilted jackets, bodycon dresses and athleisure gear ((...)

Boohoo sells own-brand clothing, shoes, accessories and beauty products. Its brands include PrettyLittleThing and Nasty Gal. Photograph: Reuters

Fashion retailer Boohoo, a brand beloved of Irish teens, raised its sales guidance on Wednesday as it beat forecasts with a 22 per cent first-half pro(...)

Offaly man John Lyttle has just been named CEO of the Boohoo online retail group

Irish taxpayers are still paying more in income tax, USC and PRSI combined than they were a decade ago, despite repeated Government promises to cut ta(...)