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Amazon’s trial of one-hour chilled food deliveries could prove hugely disruptive for an already ultra-competitive grocery sector.
Tesco chairman John Allan has ruled out any more major international disposals in the short term following the sale of Homeplus in South Korea.
Retail news round-up on October 1, 2015: Tesco chairman says no overseas sales being discussed and Ocado to charge 5p for grocery bags.
Mike Ashley has once again set tongues wagging by snapping up a big chunk of shares in a fellow retailer, this time targeting Findel.
French entertainment and electricals retailer Fnac has approached the board of electricals specialist Darty about acquiring its rival.
Sports Direct has become the third biggest shareholder in home shopping firm Findel after taking an 18.9% stake.
Poundland is seeking £50m to finance its 99p Stores acquisition, but has warned first-half profits will fall. Here is what the analysts say.
Conviviality Retail’s acquisition of drinks distributor Matthew Clark has given it enormous buying power that could seriously disrupt the drinks retailing sector.
The slimmed down Tesco of today looks remarkably different from the Tesco we have all come to know and fall out of love with.
In the year since Dave Lewis joined Tesco, its share price has had just as much of a rollercoaster ride as the chief executive himself.