Harvey's are upbeat
The directors of the Irish arm of retailer Harvey Norman remain upbeat over the group's future after reducing losses for the fourth year in a row.
New accounts just filed by Harvey Norman Holdings (Ireland) show that the group's underlying operating losses last year totalled €15.4m, representing a reduction of 12.2pc from the prior year.
The directors, headed by Katie Paige (right), state that when adjusted for foreign exchange revaluation variances, the loss for the year was €14m which was a 25pc improvement on fiscal 2013. Revenues at the retailer increased to €149.25m.