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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(...)

Stephen Sealey, managing director of Brown Thomas: “Our business is only about level with last year. But it’s all to play for in the run-up to Christmas.” Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

Upmarket Irish fashion retailer Brown Thomas enjoyed a bumper 2015 with sales rising by 11 per cent and underlying profit increasing by more than 60 p(...)

Dundrum shopping centre: Brown Thomas wants to double the size of its BT2 store, which has a current retail space of 836sq m (9,000sq ft).

Brown Thomas has begun talks with Hammerson on increasing the size of its BT2 store at the Dundrum Town shopping centre, after the UK property group(...)

Brown Thomas: pre-tax profit doubled to €12.8 million due to an exceptional credit of €8 million relating to an accounting treatment for its pension scheme. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Retailer Brown Thomas expects to record a double-digit increase in sales this year, helped by increased consumer confidence as the Irish economy conti(...)

Brown Thomas exterior: the work is part of a wider €20 million refurbishment to modernise the premises.

Brown Thomas has begun a €1.5 million renovation of the façade of its flagship department store on Grafton Street in Dublin. Hoarding has been erected(...)

Retail Ireland says figures suggest it will be retailers’ best Christmas for five years. It has forecast a 2 per cent rise in the sales worth €80 million. Photograph: Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire

Men were out in force in the winter sales too with major retailers expressing surprise at the number of male shoppers hunting for bargains.An unusual(...)

The newly refurbished ground floor area in Brown Thomas on  Grafton Street: the company’s revenues rose by 2 per cent to €146 million in the year to February 1st 2014. Photograph: Alan Betson

Brown Thomas is planning to hire 200 temporary staff to meet demand for the Christmas and new year sales period and is also set to invest more than €(...)

Brown Thomas has partnered with French  restaurateur Patrick Guilbaud in design of new menu. Photograph: Eric Luke / THE IRISH TIMES

French restaurateur Patrick Guilbaud is set to add a touch of Michelin-star flair to Brown Thomas’s food offering at its flagship Grafton Street depa(...)

The Brown Thomas flagship store on Grafton Street, Dublin, is to get a €8.5 million refurbishment. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

The owners of Irish department store retailer Brown Thomas have decided to wind up about 10 dormant companies registered here with the companies of(...)

Brown Thomas on Grafton Street: “We’re going to put in a new beauty hall,” managing director Stephen Sealey said yesterday. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

Irish retailer Brown Thomas is planning to spend up to €9 million next year refurbishing the ground floor of its flagship department store on Grafton (...)

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