Cranberries' firm in the red

The company behind Limerick rock band the Cranberries made a loss of almost €700,000 in 2003, ending the year with retained losses of almost €1.3 million.

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Ian Kehoe

21st May, 2005

The company behind Limerick rock band the Cranberries made a loss of almost €700,000 in 2003, ending the year with retained losses of almost €1.3 million.

Curtain Call, the company that is owned by singer Dolores O'Riordan and the three other members of the band, saw the value of its tangible assets fall from €119,000 in 2002 to just €28,000 in 2003, according to accounts just filed.

The band have sold more than 30 million albums, but have...

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