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Dixons Carphone plc (CPW.L)


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  • Bloomberglast year

    Dixons Carphone Profit Beats Forecast in First Year Since Merger

    Sales growth has outpaced competitors and exceeded analyst predictions since the merger of Dixons Retail and Carphone Warehouse in August last year. Total revenue for the year was 9.9 billion pounds, with group like-for-like sales rising 6 percent.

  • Reuterslast year

    Large companies in Greece offer salaries in cash during bank shutdown

    The moves by Greece's Kotsovolos, a unit of Britain's Dixons Carphone, and another two companies are signs of the domestic impact of the financial crisis, after Greece closed its banks and limited withdrawals from automated teller machines (ATMs) to 60 euros ($66) a day. A spokeswoman from Dixons said Kotsovolos paid staff in cash last week and was waiting to see what happens this week.

  • Reuterslast year

    Large companies in Greece offer salaries in cash during bank shutdown

    ATHENS/LONDON (Reuters) - At least three companies in Greece including its biggest electronic appliances chain have paid staff in cash, after the country imposed limits on withdrawals from banks last week in an bid to ward off a possible collapse of its banking system. The moves by Greece's Kotsovolos, a unit of Britain's Dixons Carphone, and another two companies are signs of the domestic impact of the financial crisis, after Greece closed its banks and limited withdrawals from automated teller machines (ATMs) to 60 euros ($66) a day. Four banking sources said on Monday Greek banks will stay closed at least until Friday.