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  • Dixons returns UK profit for first time in five years

    Electrical retail is not all doom and gloom with Dixons Retail delivering a solid set of interim numbers for its first half as it enjoys the benefits of a strong summer of sport and Comet's demise 

  • Further 125 Comet stores face the axe

    More Comet stores are set to bring down the shutters unless a firm offer can be made for the business as administrators look to cut costs further 

  • Turnaround expert linked with Comet

    An entrepreneur that has a track record in turning around struggling businesses has been linked as a possible buyer for the struggling retailer Comet 

  • DRL emerges as buyer for Comet's online business

    The first confirmed buyer for struggling Comet has emerged but online appliance specialist DRL only wants to pick up the web side of the retailers business 

  • MicroScope's top stories, week ending 16 November 2012

    A selection of the most viewed stories on MicroScope in the week ending 16 November 2012 

  • Lack of buyer sparks Comet store closures

    The failure to find a buyer means that 41 Comet stores will be closed at the end of the month as the struggling retailer looks to control costs 

  • SMEs unwilling to invest in staff recruitment

    An annual survey of the global SME market from Spiceworks has revealed that although budgets are expected to go up the hiring of new staff has stalled in the sector 

  • Comet administrators swing axe on 330 staff

    One week after being appointed Comet's administrators have made 330 staff redundant as the struggling retailer looks to trim costs 

  • Users start reporting Surface cover problems

    With the dust hardly settled after the launch of Microsoft's Surface tablet there are already reports from users that the cover with an integrated keyboard is splitting 

  • Tablet growth pays off for Nvidia

    The growth in demand for its graphic chips from the smartphone and tablet market helped boost Nvidia's third quarter numbers and allow the vendor to introduce its first quarterly dividend