17 December 2012, 14:30
Only 49 stores open today. Over six thousand jobs lost, days before Christmas.
2 November 2012, 13:00
6,500 jobs at risk. Shoppers urged to spend vouchers soon.
7 September 2011, 17:09
The electrical retail group’s shares are at a historical low.
6 September 2011, 17:36
HP, Samsung and poor sales are probably to blame.
2 September 2011, 10:00
We only get a bit ripped-off on the exchange rate this time.
22 August 2011, 18:18
Tablets available for under a hundred quid, but you’ll have to be quick.
30 March 2011, 12:57
The electronics retail giant blames low UK consumer confidence for short-fall.
1 March 2011, 13:56
It looks like the Motorola tablet will cost as little as £450.
25 November 2010, 12:33
Flat sales and and a £10.7 million loss in the UK last half-year as the retailer talks up the positives.
5 November 2010, 16:29
The Intel AppUp centre, and app store designed to service devices running the Atom CPU, has hit the UK.
7 October 2010, 11:38
Retailer preparing a pair of low-cost devices for mid-October launch.
2 September 2010, 10:34
World Cup and iPad exclusivity not enough to compensate for extra competition from Best Buy.
24 June 2010, 17:36
PC World owner goes for a corporate rebrand to celebrate full-year profits up by 61 percent.
26 November 2009, 11:49
The UK retailing giant says the launch of Windows 7 has had a positive effect on sales.
25 June 2009, 10:25
Tough trading conditions, restructuring charges and write-downs lead to a loss of over £140 million.
3 March 2009, 10:31
In an update of its renewal and transformation plan, PC World owner reveals plans for new stores.
15 January 2009, 08:48
In the 12 weeks ended 10th January 2009, like for like sales across the group were significantly lower.
12 December 2007, 15:19
DSG International, operator of retail outlets Dixons, Currys and PC World is expected to fall out of the FTSE 100 today and will no longer be one of the 100 ...
21 June 2006, 09:47
DSG International, owner of retail chains Dixons - sorry Currys.digital, PCWorld, and The Link, has today entered phase 2 of its corporate re-shuffle.
5 April 2006, 11:26
Seemingly in-line with the UK’s most pioneering on-line publication HEXUS.net - Dixons Stores Group International is reportedly set to rebrand all of its 190 high-street shops as ‘Currys.digital’
20 April 2005, 00:00
The website of York & County Press reports that PC World's parent company DSG Retail Ltd has been fined for twice selling used computers as new