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Vodafone and PC World owners DSG Retail Ireland Ltd were the latest companies to be prosecuted at Dublin District Court by the Data Protection Commissioner for breaking e-marketing regulations through unsolicited spam emails and marketing calls.

Vodafone Ireland has been fined €2,000 for unsolicited marketing calls to customers. Vodafone and PC World owners DSG Retail Ireland Ltd were the lat(...)

Trinity College research finds “section 110” tax-efficient vehicles in Dublin are connected to many state-linked Russian companies. Photograph: iStock

A study by two academics from Trinity College Dublin has found that more than €100 billion has been “funnelled” since 2007 through the International F(...)

Dixons Carphone trades as Currys, PC World and Carphone Warehouse. Photograph: Neil Hall/Reuters

Dixons Carphone, which owns Currys, PC World and Carphone Warehouse, said on Wednesday it would reposition its mobile phone business as it reported a (...)

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(...)

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(...)

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. (...)

The Oudenbosch Basilica in the Netherlands, where Van Wilderoden (inset) planned a lavish society wedding to  Tara Elliott, daughter of a wealthy Scottish-Irish aristocrat. Photograph via Omroep Brabant

Last week Dublin Circuit Criminal Court dealt with a shoplifting case. Nothing unusual there, bar the fact that the accused was a Dutch national who (...)

 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 (...)

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(...)

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(...)

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