Rupert Murdoch and Jerry Hall. It wasn’t all Brexit this week. News Corp announced plans to buy Belfast’s Wireless Group in a £220 million (€263m) deal. Rupert Murdoch’s company will pay 315 pence a share for the radio-focused Wireless.

It was the week when the world of business and finance not so much looked to pick up the pieces following Britain’s vote to leave the EU, but to get d(...)

Dixons Carphone has been one of the worst-hit stocks following last week’s Brexit, given its exposure to big ticket electrical items and potential vulnerability to any fall-off in demand. Photograph:   Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Dixons Carphone, Britain’s biggest consumer electricals and mobile phone retailer, says it is confident it will continue to grow its market share even(...)

Dixons Carphone made an underlying pretax profit of £447 million in the year to April 30th

British consumer electricals and mobile phone retailer Dixons Carphone said on Wednesday it was confident it would continue to grow despite Britain’s (...)

Dixons Carphone has shrugged off fears of a high street slowdown after posting a strong set of results for the fourth quarter and raising its profit g(...)

The case came after customers’ bills doubled and some of them complained to telecoms industry watchdog Comreg

Mobile operator Meteor has been convicted and fined €25,000 for removing massive discounts from customers’ phone contracts without telling them. In t(...)

Accounts for the year to the end of May 2015 recently filed by DSG Retail Ireland showed the group’s pretax losses rose by €1.5 million

The group behind electronics stores Currys and PC World saw losses widen at its Irish subsidiary in the year before its merger with Carphone Warehouse(...)

Dixons Carphone, which announced a ‘merger of equals’ with Dixons last May, said it was to close 12 Irish stores earlier this year as it moved to merge its core brands, which also include PC World and Currys

Carphone Warehouse Ltd, the Irish arm of the European-wide retail group that merged with Dixons last year, saw profits sharply decline in the 12 month(...)

Meadows & Byrne will trade out of a substantial building extending to 1,010sq m (10,878sq ft) alongside the Costa outlet

The appeal of Naas town centre as a shopping option is to be given a much needed boost with the decision by the lifestyle retailer Meadows & Byrne(...)

Vote Leave apologises for including names of two prominent businessmen in error. Photograph: Stephen Collins/Collins

Campaigners for Britain to leave the EU have apologised after wrongly including two leading businessmen in a list of people who had signed a letter su(...)

The remaining Currys and PC World stores are to be merged. Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

Consumer electricals and mobile phone retailer Dixons Carphone edged up its guidance for annual profit on the back of strong Christmas trading, it sai(...)

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