Dixons Carphone 'remains committed' to stores despite eliminating 800 roles

Doug Woodburn
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Electricals retailer to introduce flatter management structure at its UK and Ireland stores as COVID-19 continues to bite

Dixons Carphone's CEO has vowed the firm is "committed" to retaining a bricks ‘n' mortar presence despite announcing plans to shelve another 800 in-store roles. In a statement today, Mark Allsop...

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