Entries in 'dixons' (29)
Dixons has created 3,000 temporary jobs for the lead up to Christmas in various roles across the UK.
Dixons Travel has unveiled its first new concept store at Gatwick Airport, with floating screens, 10-inch tablet ‘look books’ and a ‘KnowHow’ bar.
High Street retail group Dixons has today published its Christmas best-sellers list and predicts the Xbox One to top the PlayStation 4.
Swedish games retailer Webhallen has been sold by owner Dixons to Norwegian ecommerce company Komplett.
Computing giant Dixons wants to build a community of gamers with its new London games zone.
Dixons Retail, owner of PC World and Currys, has today reported strong sales for the 12 weeks up to January 5th, including the Christmas period.
Electronics group Dixons Retail plans to ramp up its support for gaming accessories.
Dixons Retail says its like-for-like sales fell three per cent for the 52 weeks ending April 28th, while overall sales remained flat.
Currys, PC World and Dixons owner DSG is to launch a new streaming movie service online.
John Browett, former CEO of Dixons Retail, has left the firm for a new role at Apple.
MCV's annual High Street directory provides an overview of every buying team for each key UK video games retailer, as well as up-to-date store counts, company profiles and contact details.
A Crisis of consumer confidence is having a radical impact on electricals retail.
Dixons Retail has entered the digital game download market with a new online service running across three websites.
A reshuffle at Dixons Retail has seen its Nintendo buyer promoted.
Dixons Retail has issued a profit warning for the financial year, reducing its forecast to £85 million from predictions of £100 to £110 million made in mid January.
It's been out of the games biz for some time, but clearly Dixons Retail has spotted an opportunity to burst back into games retail with aplomb.
More retailers have cut the price of the Nintendo 3DS ahead of its March launch.
PC World and Currys owner DSG International achieved an eight per cent like-for-like sales growth over the Christmas period, thanks largely to electrical sales in the UK and Ireland.