The Irish arm of electronic goods and mobile phone retailer Dixons-Carphone has said it continued to outperform its British parent, with "an exceptionally strong" trading performance, in the first quarter of its financial year.
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.
Electrical goods retailer Dixons-Carphone has said none of its online customers in Ireland have been impacted by a widening of a cyber attack on the company.
Electrical goods group Dixons-Carphone is to close its Irish mobile communications arm after failing to find a buyer for the underperforming business.
Demand for the new iPhone helped boost electrical goods retailer Dixons-Carphone’s sales in Ireland by 12% over the Christmas trading period.
Electrical goods group Dixons-Carphone is still looking for a buyer for its iD Mobile arm in Ireland after seeing core group sales and profits slump in the first half of its financial year.
Electrical goods retail group Dixons-Carphone moved swiftly yesterday to underline its commitment to its Irish operations after its shares sank on the back of a group profit warning.
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Electrical goods group Dixons-Carphone has decided to pull out of the Irish mobile communications market and sell its stuttering iD Mobile arm.
A “barnstorming” performance from its core UK and Ireland division, helped newly merged electronics retail giant, Dixons-Carphone record a 5% year-on-year jump in first half revenues.
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