Guineys, the family-owned discount department store, saw its losses rise from €38,757 to €301,454, according to the most recently filed accounts for the year ending January 2015.
Despite the losses, the accounts note that the directors recommended and paid a dividend of €151,467 in the current financial year, up from €108,624 the previous year.
The retailer has shops in Dublin, Cork, Limerick, Waterford, Castlebar, Clonmel and Tralee, but has been struggling lately, with its profits sliding...
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