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Spoof humour books like Five on Brexit Island have become a ‘key driver’ of sales at WH Smith, helping to counter a sharp drop in ‘colour therapy’ titles.

Bookseller and stationer WH Smith has revealed that sales from its shops in train stations and airports have overtaken high street stores for the firs(...)

Turnover for the books, newspapers and stationary retailer rose to €26.9 million from €24 million

The Irish subsidiary of WH Smith, which operates bookstores at Dublin and Shannon airports, as well as a concession outlet at Arnotts department store(...)

WH Smith operates bookstores at Dublin and Shannon airports

The surge in air travel from Ireland helped WH Smith Ireland, the local arm of the UK bookseller, boost its sales in the year to the end of August by(...)

Staff at Dublin Airport. File photograph: Kate Geraghty/Irish Times

An increasing number of customers are leaving their credit and debit cards behind in Dublin Airport after WH Smith introduced self-service checkout ma(...)

TopShop retail billionaire Philip Green, backer of MySale Group. Photographer: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg

Casualties of the unprecedented rush to float on the London stock market continue to mount, joined this week by the strange case of MySale Group, t(...)

A Primark store in central London. Along with its Boston plans, the cut-price retailer is said to be in negotiations on another eight stores in the US northeast. Photograph: Andy Rain/EPA

Filene’s Basement was a pioneering retail institution in Boston. Located in the famous, now closed Filene’s store at Downtown Crossing in the c(...)