Irish retailer Eason has bought indie chain Dubray Books for an undisclosed sum, the companies have announced.
The heavy snow plaguing the UK and Ireland this week will "inevitably" have an impact on sales, retail chiefs have told The Bookseller, with several shops... Read more
Booksellers should have the power to price books themselves, as removing the r.r.p. gives retailers more flexibility, Irish booksellers have testified. ... Read more
Pan Macmillan and Waterstones will hope to retain their Publisher and Book Retailer of the Year crowns respectively, having been shortlisted once again in those... Read more
Adrian White is leaving Dubray Books as its head of business development to concentrate on his writing.
Bookshops are heralding strong Christmas trading, with retailers including Foyles and Waterstones reporting increased like-for-like sales despite the disruption caused by flooding and the threat... Read more
Booksellers are feeling bullish heading into the final frenzied days of selling before Christmas following a raft of “strong publishing” and sales tracking nearly 10%... Read more
Booksellers are rolling out their Christmas advertising, with chains divided between emphasising the power of giving a book as a gift and recommending individual compelling... Read more
Irish bookselling chain, Dubray Books has launched a new loyalty card in time for Christmas.
Former W H Smith books director Michael Neil will cover the maternity leave of Dubray Books' managing director Maria Dickenson. Neil, who left W... Read more