Tuesday, March 19, 2019
John Lewis weekly

John Lewis Partnership weekly sales drops 4.5%

John Lewis Partnership's weekly sales have taken a hit as revenues at both Waitrose and John Lewis fascias tumbled.
Aldi warehouse Kent

Aldi’s new £50m Kent warehouse creates 400 jobs

Aldi has just opened a £50 million distribution centre in Kent which will create 400 new jobs.
KKR Asda

KKR circles Asda after Sainsbury’s merger hits roadblock

US private equity firm KKR is reportedly eyeing a potential takeover bid for Asda.
Waitrose

Waitrose to use racing car technology to cut energy use by 25%

Waitrose is set to launch a new design of recyclable blades in its fridges with the aim of making stores more energy efficient.
Asda Which?

Asda named worst supermarket for online delivery

Asda has been labelled as the worst supermarket for online delivery according to a new survey.
Sainsbury's Asda

Sainsbury’s & Asda merger “a waste of time & money” prime investor says

One of Sainsbury's prime shareholder's has faulted the grocer for "blowing money and credibility” on its proposed merger.
Sainsbury's Asda

Analysts react to CMA’s provisional findings on Sainsbury’s-Asda merger

Analysts and experts react to the CMA's provisional findings on the proposed Sainsbury's-Asda deal
Lidl UK

Retail Gazette Loves: Lidl’s fun-size trolleys

In an effort to get kid's helping out their mums and dads with the grocery shopping, Lidl has introduced "fun size" trolleys.
Sainsbury's Asda

CMA hints Sainsbury’s-Asda merger could be blocked amid “extensive” concerns

Sainsbury's and Asda are expected to sell off a number of their stores as one of them needs to address the "extensive" concerns.
Iceland Christmas

Iceland posts Christmas sales decline despite popular advert

Iceland has revealed a sales decline during the Christmas trading period despite the success of its Christmas advert.

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