Assistant data protection commissioner Tony Delaney who today took prosecutions against the Carphone Warehouse and Therapie Clinic for sending unsolicited spam texts. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

A phone shop and a beauty clinic were fined €6,000 and €3,000 respectively when they were prosecuted today for sending spam text messages. (...)

Independent News & Media fell back by 1.84 per cent to close at 16 cents. The company confirmed yesterday that Vincent Crowley (above), its chief executive, has agreed with the board to leave the company. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Stocks across Europe rose for a fourth week as several large companies rallied amid a resurgence in mergers-and-acquisi(...)

Dixons is discussing a deal  with Carphone Warehouse that would create a new £3.5 billion force in the electrical retailing sector.

Five years ago, Dixons could have been snapped up for less than £250 million (€303 million). By late 2008 its shares had slithered to an all-ti(...)

The Carphone Warehouse was among the companies named in the latest ASAI report. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Conor Pope, Consumer Affairs Correspondent Three of the State’s leading mobile phone providers and a leading mobile phone retailer have (...)

Carphone Warehouse, Grafton Street, Dubin. The retailer has confirmed it is in talks with Dixons over a possible merger. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Dixons Retail, Europe’s second biggest electricals retailer, and Carphone Warehouse, the continent’s largest independent mobile phone retailer(...)

Danone, the world’s largest yogurt maker, added 2.1 per cent to €52.11

It was a steady and dull day on the markets yesterday, with little by way of stock-specific news and little by way of economic data to affect sentimen(...)

Attire for dribbling babies.

Luxurious bath robeFrequent trips out of your bed are unavoidable when there’s a baby in the house. So look for the softest, cosiest, dressing gown yo(...)

Booked

Faced with the seemingly impossible task of being “ethical”, many business leaders stick to meeting legal requirements. Yet avoiding what is strictly (...)

Dominic Prendergast, managing director of Clery’s department store, stands up on a cherry picker to  inspect the famous Clery’s clock before the reopening of the department store. Photograph: Frank Miller/The Irish Times

One of Europe’s oldest purpose-built department stores reopens this morning four months after floods forced it to close its doors. A 16-minute flash (...)

Carphone Warehouse, Grafton Street, Dubin. The agreement with Harvey Norman will see Carphone staff operate the concession stores, while the Australian retailer will provide the retail floor space. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Carphone Warehouse Ireland, the mobile phone retailer, has entered a partnership agreement with Australian chain Harvey Norman that will create up to (...)

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