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Waitrose has notched up a record grocery market share as its sales outperformed the market, the latest Kantar data showed.
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Asda is facing mass legal action over equal pay by female store workers, and the outcome is expected to have implications for the whole sector.
Tesco chairman Sir Richard Broadbent has emailed staff explaining his exit was evidence that “Tesco is fundamentally a company of principles”.
Shoppers spent 5% less on average per visit to the big four grocers in the four weeks to October 11, according to the latest Nielsen data.
Booths has outlined the most ambitious expansion plan in its history and unveiled a rise in full-year profits.
Sales at John Lewis were “mixed” last week as a strong performance in the home category was offset by the impact of mild weather on apparel.
The Etail Power List unveils the 50 most influential people in online retail. Revealing the biggest risers and fallers, new entrants, and details what each person has achieved this year.
Aldi-owned US discount grocer Trader Joe’s seeks to inject humour into the business of food shopping with its Los Angeles’ branch.
Traditional schemes may be under strain but loyalty programmes can still give retailers an advantage.
Tesco would do very well to remember that market share should not be seen as an objective – it should be viewed as an outcome.