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 Minister for Public Expenditure Michael McGrath. Photograph: Sasko Lazarov/RollingMews.ie

It is part of the job of a competent public relations professional to throw the best possible light on any messages conveyed by the client, if the PR (...)

Sales across the Currys PC World side of the business were up 11 per cent in the second half of the parent group’s fiscal year. Photograph: iStock

UK-listed retailing group, Dixon Carphone, which last week announced the closure of 81 Carphone Warehouse outlets in Ireland with the loss of 486 jobs(...)

Dixons Travel has a network of 25 stores in the UK and the Republic. Photograph: iStock

Dixons Carphone will close its stores in airports, betting that a travel recovery won’t bring enough customers to make up for a UK decision to end tax(...)

Carphone Warehouse staff have been informed of the decision, which had been expected in recent days. File photograph: The Irish Times

Carphone Warehouse is to close more than 80 stores in the Republic, with almost 500 people to lose their jobs. The company has 69 standalone and 12 s(...)

Carphone Warehouse on Grafton Street, Dublin. The retailer has more than 80 stores in the Republic. File photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Carphone Warehouse is considering closing its chain of more than 80 stores in the Republic with a decision expected in a matter of weeks, The Irish T(...)

Dixons Carphone revealed that online electronics sales soared 121 per cent in the UK and Ireland over the 10 weeks to January 9th. Photograph: Liam McBurney/PA Wire

Strong online sales of large screen TVs, smart tech and food preparation gadgets helped British retailer Dixons Carphone report an 11 per cent rise in(...)

‘Where our stores have reopened, we’ve performed well, while continuing to see strong online sales growth,’ chief executive Alex Baldock said. Photograph: Alan Betson

Electrical retailer Dixons Carphone opted not to pay a final dividend for its financial year ended in May after strong online sales failed to offset u(...)

The longest queues on the high street in Southend, Essex, were for Primark and Sports Direct, both of which appeal to value-focused shoppers. Primark trades as Penneys in Ireland. Photograph: Yui Mok/PA Wire

Eager shoppers queued early outside some stores on London’s Oxford Street on Monday morning as non-essential shops were allowed to reopen for the firs(...)

Bank of Ireland added almost 10 per cent to finish at €1.96.

European stocks rose on Wednesday, as positive developments regarding a potential Covid-19 treatment lent further support to a rally in banks and oil (...)

Dixons, which trades as Carphone Warehouse and Currys PC World, said online sales were making up for about two-thirds of store sales lost due to closure. Photograph: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg

Electricals retailer Dixons Carphone said strong online demand was partially offsetting declines from stores being shut in the coronavirus lockdown, b(...)

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