The Irish arm of electronic goods and mobile phone retail giant Dixons-Carphone grew sales by almost 11% last year.
A British financial watchdog has imposed a fine of about £29m (€34m) on electrical goods retailer Dixons-Carphone for misselling its ‘Geek Squad’ phone insurance and technical support service.
Just one-tenth of Irish SMEs are insuring themselves against cyber attacks, a report has found — as British phone and electrical goods retailer Dixons Carphone fell victim to a second major security breach in the past three years.
Fashion chain Next has posted a rise in UK sales over Christmas as the retailer upgraded its profit forecast and signalled that inflation pressures are set to ease.
Pádraig Hoare sets the scene for the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
After Brexit, there’s a second leave vote that’s worrying British retailers: Leave it on the shelf. Amid the uncertainty, fears are growing consumers will rein in spending on everything from cardigans to carpets.
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Retail giant Dixons Carphone is to shut 12 Irish stores under plans to roll out electrical superstores merging its three main brands across the UK and Ireland.
Dixons Carphone has announced plans to hire 220 people in the lead up to Christmas.
A consumer group has called on the newest entrant to the mobile phone market to make customer care its main priority.
Ireland’s newest entrant to the mobile phone market is promising cheaper bills, flexible plans and more transparency over your payments than any of its rivals.
Shares in the owner of Carphone Warehouse fell today after it revealed that the personal details of up to 2.4 million people may have been stolen when a division of the company was hit by a cyber attack.
The personal data of up to 2.4m customers of Dixons Carphone may have been exposed in a cyber attack, the electrical goods and mobile phone retailer confirmed.
Waning demand in Britain for TVs and computers drove a second straight quarterly sales decline at Home Retail’s Argos, but the chain said it was still winning market share and forecast an improved performance in its second half.
Carphone Warehouse Ireland has staged a remarkable turnaround in the past 12 months, turning a near €10m loss in 2013 into a €2.1m profit last year.
Beleaguered mobile phone retailer Phones 4u is to close 362 stores, with the loss of nearly 1,700 jobs, administrators have said.
Network operator EE is to buy 58 Phones 4u stores in the UK in a deal saving more than 350 jobs at the collapsed mobile phone retailer.
Some of the 5,600 Phones 4U jobs in peril following the retailer’s collapse have been saved after Dixons Carphone offered to take on 800 posts.
The future of Phones 4u and its 5,600 employees is hanging by a thread today as administrators begin talks on whether any stores can reopen.
More than 500 Phones 4u stores were shut today after the retail chain plunged into administration – putting 5,600 jobs into jeopardy.
Phones 4u is to go into administration – placing more than 5,500 jobs at risk - after network operator EE joined Vodafone in cutting ties with the retailer.
Mobile operator Vodafone said today it will not renew its network agreement with British retailer Phones4u.
A new era in consumer electronics in the UK begins today when Carphone Warehouse and the owner of Currys and PC World join forces under a £3.9 billion merger.
A new era in consumer electronics begins today when Carphone Warehouse and the owner of Currys and PC World join forces under a £3.9bn (€4.9m) merger.
Carphone Warehouse said it was approaching its £3.6bn (€4.50bn) tie-up with the owner of PC World and Currys from a “position of strength” as the two merger partners delivered separate results for the final time today.
Currys and PC World owner Dixons Retail is to sell a loss-making European business in the wake of its merger deal with Carphone Warehouse.
Carphone Warehouse and the owner of Currys and PC World have announced a merger deal valuing the combined business at around £3.7bn.
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