Deirdre Foley pictured leaving the Four Courts during a High Court action involving Clerys. Photograph: Collins Courts

The seizure of “privileged and confidential information” from the offices of a Dublin property company by inspectors conducting an ongoing criminal in(...)

Deirdre Foley of D2 Private leaving the Four Courts on Wednesday. Photograph: Collins

A decision by inspectors investigating the redundancies of 460 Clerys’ workers to enter the offices of D2 Private Ltd was made legitimately and in the(...)

Former Clerys directors have sold Ben Sherman’s retail operation, putting up to 100 jobs on notice in its stores and at head office. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

I see Rafael Klotz and Malcolm MacAulay, the two Gordon Brothers executives who sold the now shuttered Clerys department store to Natrium, are keeping(...)

The shuttered and closed Clerys in Dublin. There are a number of unanswered questions surrounding its closure.

The outcry about the treatment meted out to the sacked workers in the liquidation of Clerys, in the wake of last night’s RTÉ documentary on the issue,(...)

JUNE: Clerys department store on O’Connell Street closes its doors for the last time. Photograph: Frank Miller

January A new year dawns with news that a long-time voice of the Irish consumer, Eddie Hobbs, is the new voice of Lucinda Creighton’s Renua.&nbs(...)

Solicitors for LS Catering wrote in October to solicitors for wound-up Clerys trading arm OCS Operations, accusing it of “misappropriating” Lorraine Sweeney’s firm’s cash

Lorraine Sweeney, the former Clerys cafe concession owner, has indicated she intends to personally sue Gordon Brothers executives Malcolm MacAulay an(...)

Lorraine Sweeney: says she will file a legal case against the liquidation

Seller Gordon Brothers The two main Gordon Brothers executives who were directors of Clerys are Malcom MacAulay, a veteran financial expert who sourc(...)

Former Clerys staff protest outside the offices of Natrium Ltd in Dublin on Friday.  Photograph: Siptu via Twitter

About two dozen former Clerys workers protested outside the offices of the company’s owners on the quays in Dublin on Friday afternoon. The wor(...)

Clerys: the insurance claim relating to  flooding in 2013 resulted in an insurance payout far higher than the destroyed assets were valued in the company’s books. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

The company that sold Clerys department store this summer benefited from a €7.7 million gain over flood damage in 2013. New accounts also suggest t(...)

More than 400 staff lost their jobs when Clerys closed this summer

What a peculiar directors statement attached to the recently filed accounts of OCS Properties, the company that owns the building that housed Clerys, (...)

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