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Boyband’s profits head in One Direction - up

One Direction more than doubled its company’s cashpile to £42 million (€57 million) last year

15th October, 2015

One Direction have plenty to sing about ahead of their gigs in Dublin’s 3 Arena this weekend. The boyband more than doubled their company’s cashpile to £42 million (€57 million) last year, up from £18 million in 2013.

According to accounts lodged to the Companies House in Britain, 1D Media Ltd, the band’s firm, had a staggering increase in its pre-tax profits from £4.8 million (€6.5 million) in 2013 to £45.4 million (€61.7...

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