Power City

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James Redmond, left, and Darren Boylan of Fetch.

 James Redmond got the idea for the delivery service, Fetch, from seeing his sister’s disappointment when something she’d ordered didn’t arrive u(...)

Employment at Power City was steady, with staff numbers rising by just one last year across the group to 255

The McKenna family, which owns Power City, last year shared a €3 million dividend from the retailer, according to recently filed company accounts. Po(...)

Some of Power City locations include Tallaght, Blanchardstown, Sallynoggin, Finglas and  Coolock.

The McKenna family which owns Power City last year shared another €3 million dividend windfall. That is according to accounts just filed by Power Cit(...)

Power City recorded pretax profits of €5.3 million last year as against €5.9 million a year earlier

The directors of the family-owned consumer and electrical goods retailer Power City shared a €3 million dividend once again last year, newly filed acc(...)

Recently filed accounts for Power City Limited show turnover at the group increased by 6.5 per cent to €87.2 million from €81.8 million

Power City, the family-owned consumer and electrical goods retailer that operates 10 stores in Ireland, saw profits fall last year despite a rise in t(...)

Andy Murray watches as Novak Djokovic receives his trophy after winning the Australian Open. Photograph: AP Photo/Andrew Brownbill

Dublin v Kerry, not a bad fixture at all for Setanta to kick-start its 2016 National League coverage, and while you might initially have felt a pang o(...)

“Electronics is becoming more like the fashion industry. It must be fresher, cleaner, more aesthetic.” Blaine Callard, CEO of Harvey Norman in Ireland, at the retailer’s store at Airside Retail Park.Photograph: Alan Betson

In a corner of Harvey Norman’s Dublin head office, there is a bottle of champagne the size of a fire extinguisher. It lies in a glass case bearing an (...)

Power City  in Tallaght. The business also has stores in Blanchardstown, Sallynoggin, Finglas, Coolock and Fonthill in Dublin, and in Bray, Naas and Drogheda

Pretax profits at family owned white goods and electronic retailer Power City dipped slightly last year to €4.77 million. (...)

A building company has sued Irish Asphalt Limited for loss and damage for alleged deceit over putting on the market an infill product. Photograph: Frank Miller/The Irish Times

A building company has sued Irish Asphalt Limited for loss and damage for alleged deceit over putting on the market an infill product when it a(...)

It costs an estimated €49,000 per annum to run the average Irish household

While a net income of just under €50,000 might sound like a lot of cash, it can be burned through very quickly by families trying to keep the wheels o(...)