Clerys department store, O’Connell Street, Dublin. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

The Irish Congress of Trade Unions (Ictu) is to urge the Government to introduce new legislation to insert social responsibility clauses into both the(...)

Ged Nash said the State may well turn out to be the biggest loser in the controversy as it will have to pay out large sums of money to former employees of Clerys

Charlie Taylor Minister for Business and Employment Ged Nash has said he believes there is sufficient legal protection in place to deal with issues ar(...)

Keith Doran outside his former workplace, Clerys, on O’Connell Street, Dublin. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Keith Doran (22) never thought his job at Clerys was a job for life – but he didn’t expect to lose it with half an hour’s notice. He was working at th(...)

Liquidators have been formally appointed to Clery’s. Photograph: Frank Miller / The Irish Times

The High Court has confirmed the appointment of joint liquidators to the company which formerly operated Clerys department store. Mr Justice Brian (...)

Up to 50 of the concession holders at Clerys could share the offer, subject to the approval of the High Court. Photograph: Frank Miller/The Irish Times

Former concession holders at Clerys look set to share about €500,000 under a plan drafted by the provisional liquidators of the entity that operated (...)

Clerys department store on O’Connell Street, Dublin. Photograph: Aidan Crawley/The Irish Times

Dublin city councillors have voted to prevent Clerys department store from being used for offices or a hotel. Clerys was sold by Boston-based Gordon (...)

Accounts for OCS Operations Ltd, which ran the Clerys department store until its closure on June 12th, show it made a loss of €1.1 million in the year to the end of January 2015. File photograph: Aidan Crawley

Losses at the Clerys department store reduced by more than €2 million in its final full year of trading, according to documents filed with the High Co(...)

Lily Kelly, who would have worked for Clerys for 45 years this day fortnight and was due to retire, with other former staff  protesting outside the offices of  new owners Natrium on Harcourt Terrace on Friday. Photograph: Fergal Phillips

The company that owns the Clerys building on O’Connell Street made a profit of just under €5 million between August 2012 and February 1st, 2014 but th(...)

Concession holders claim they are owed up to €5 million in stock and cash from Clerys

Natrium, the joint venture which last week acquired the Clerys building, has said it intends to invest in the rejuvenation of the property in a move t(...)

Lorraine Sweeney: “We also didn’t think we were dealing with vultures.”

When the clock stopped ticking for Clerys workers in such brutal fashion last Friday, it raised the hackles of one of Ireland’s most prominent small b(...)

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