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In spite of the challenging trading in the year to the end of January, Eason paid €500,000 in dividends. Photograph: Dave Meehan

Irish-owned books and stationery retailer Eason resumed dividend payments to shareholders last year in spite of a sharp drop in profitability and a 5(...)

Dundrum Town Centre: the report shows the shopping centre contributes €131.2 million in wages, taxes and rates here, with much of that benefit going directly to the south Dublin community. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

Listed shopping centre developer Hammerson published a report this week outlining the benefits some of its businesses here, in Britain and France give(...)

The Dundrum Town Centre contributes €93 million in wages and €29 million in taxes, a total of €122 million, to the economy every year. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

Dundrum Town Centre, the State’s biggest shopping mall, contributes more than €130 million a-year to the economy in wages, rates and taxes, according (...)

Chartered Land artist’s impression from 2008 of the redevelopment of the former Carlton Cinema site on Dublin’s  main thoroughfare, O’Connell Street

Joe O’Reilly’s Chartered Land has decided not to exercise its option to take a 50 per cent stake in the Dublin Central development site that is now ow(...)

JP McManus: Norway’s sovereign fund has bought a Paris building from JP McManus and John Magnier for €1 billion. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

The Norwegian sovereign wealth fund’s €1 billion purchase of a Paris office and retail building from Irish horse-racing tycoons John Magnier and JP Mc(...)

Dundrum Town Centre: Hammerson hiked the parking charges by 50 per cent  to €3, much to the disgust of shoppers. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

There was much to digest from an Irish perspective about Hammerson’s full-year results on Monday. The listed UK property group told investors that it(...)

The Dundrum Town Centre had an estimated rental value of €65 million when Hammerson and its joint venture partner, German insurer Allianz, took control last year.

UK property group Hammerson could build residential units that it would then rent rather than sell on the six-acre development site that it co-owns at(...)

 Liffey Valley Shopping Centre:  it was to get about 22,000sq m (236,806sq m) extra  net retail space, on top of its existing 37,000sq m. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

The owners of the other major shopping centres around Dublin were, we hear, whooping and hollering over the decision last week by An Bórd Pleanála to (...)

Moss Bros already operates from the Liffey Valley shopping centre, and has a Savoy Taylors Guild outlet in Kildare Village

British menswear retailer Moss Bros has agreed a deal with Hammerson to let a 343sq m unit in Dundrum Towncentre in Dublin. This will be its second st(...)

The Government moved to clamp down on how overseas buyers of Irish property  used ultra tax-efficient structures to minimise their tax bills. File photograph: Getty Images

The overwhelming majority of attempts by vulture funds to influence a tax clampdown by the Government did not have to be declared under official State(...)

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