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Sunday 19 November 2006
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Wednesday 17 November 2004
Dixons sent another shiver through the retail sector today after the electricals specialist said its rate of sales growth had slowed.
Thursday 09 September 2004
Dixons provided a boost for sentiment in the UK retail sector yesterday when it surprised the City with a 5 per cent jump in like-for-like sales.
Thursday 05 August 2004
A video game blamed by a 14-year-old murder victim's parents for his death has sold out across much of the country following publicity about the brutal murder. The Dixons Group last week withdrew the violent game Manhunt from its Dixons, Currys and PC World stores, while Virgin Megastores also withdrew it in the wake of media coverage about the murder of Stefan Pakeerah, who was killed by his friend, Warren Leblanc, 17 in Leicester in February.
Thursday 24 June 2004
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Wednesday 28 April 2004
More than 100 under-performing Dixons stores are to close as part of an overhaul at the high street electrical chain, it was announced today.
Tuesday 02 September 2003
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Monday 17 April 2000
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