WHS revenues soar in Ireland

Revenues at WH Smith Ireland jumped 66% to €19.29m (£14.1m) in the year ending 31st August 2014 from €11.6m (£8.47m) for the same period the year before. The Irish Independent has seen accounts filed with the Companies Registration Office in Ireland, which shows that despite the revenue rise, pre-tax profits fell slightly from €1.54m (£1.12m) to €1.5m (£1.1m). Continue reading at 'The Bookseller'

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