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Best Buy is looking to buy out rival electronics retail group DSGi, reports suggest.
Ahead of the opening of its first UK stores in Liverpool, Southampton, Merry Hill and Thurrock next month, Verdict Research consulting director Neil Saunders has told MCV that Best Buy ...
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.
DSGi has declared its merger of PC World and Currys a success – and now plans to open more outlets under the new model in the future.
DSGi is to step up of its renewal and transformation programme with 120 stores to be refitted by the end of 2009.
DSGi, owner of PC World and Currys, today posted a pre-tax loss of £140.4 million, in what chief executive John Browett described as 'a year of change.'
PC World has launched a major ad campaign, with an emphasis on meeting particular customer needs, instead of the traditional low price point message.
Currys and PC World owner DSGi has sold off all nine of its Hungarian stores, which operate under the Electro World brand, for just €1 – a move that mirrors ...
DSGi has locked down its sales figures on core products as it looks to hide vital information from emergent retail giant Best Buy – leaving GfK-ChartTrack with no
choice but ...
DSGi has confirmed to the Financial Times that a £311m rights issue is imminent, with the retailer saying the funds raised from it will go towards its store refit programme ...
DSGi is reportedly looking to raise several hundred million pounds through a rights issue, which would be the second attempt this year.
Currys parent DSGi will this week announce plans for a new set of Currys megastores, which will be very large format and designed to combat the arrival of US electrical ...