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  Jervis  Shopping Centre:  The six-floor, 33,445sq m (360,000sq ft) of retail space scheme was   the biggest building project in Dublin in the mid-1990s – it is now thought to be worth €400 million. Photograph: Alan Betson

We wouldn’t know it only for the Paradise Papers leak that this week whipped the towel from the global rich and their creative finances, but the Jervi(...)

Dixons Carphone raised its dividend 15 per cent to 11.25 pence a share

Dixons Carphone, Europe’s second largest electricals retailer, beat forecasts with a 10 per cent rise in full-year profit and said it was “well positi(...)

The man said he stole 13 Apple laptops, three Apple watches and seven iPads  . File photograph: David Paul Morris/Bloomberg

A PC World worker who stole €27,000-worth of Apple products from his workplace and sold it to another store in a “stupid” attempt to make money has be(...)

Currys and PC World: posted a pretax loss of €24.8 million, compared to €4.7 million the previous year, despite a €6.2 million gain on currency conversion.

The Irish operations of Currys and PC World took a hit last year from costs related to the merger with Carphone Warehouse. DSG Ireland Limited report(...)

Carphone Warehouse Ltd said costs associated with the merger totalled €3.65 million last year

Losses at Carphone Warehouse’s Irish subsidiary jumped sharply last year due to costs linked to its merger with Dixons, newly filed accounts show. Ca(...)

Footfall in Dixon Carphone’s bricks and mortar stores was also up over the Christmas period. Photograph: Dixons Carphone/PA Wire

Retailer Dixons Carphone beat forecasts for trading in its key Christmas quarter and kept its profit outlook for the full year, as online sales rose. (...)

 Carphone Warehouse headquarters  in west London: The retailer beat forecasts with a 19 per cent rise in first-half profit

Dixons Carphone, Europe’s largest electronic device and mobile phone retailer, beat forecasts with a 19 per cent rise in first-half profit, helped by (...)

While many Irish retailers have embraced the concept of Black Friday, some have done so with a heavy heart, according to Retail Ireland. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

The post-Brexit collapse in sterling is likely to see a massive surge in people shopping on UK-based websites as Black Friday dawns. While many trad(...)

Chopped cofounder Brian Lee: the company is creating 110 new jobs with the opening of five new outlets

Dublin-based food retailer Chopped is to create 110 new jobs with the opening of five new outlets across Dublin and Co Kildare. The company, which a(...)

Dixons Carphone said group underlying revenue rose 4 per cent in the 13 weeks to July 30th.

Consumer electricals and mobile phone retailer Dixons Carphone beat forecasts on Thursday with a 4 per cent rise in quarterly sales and said it had s(...)

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