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17 May 2013 Waitrose is considering legal action to stop its internet delivery partner teaming up with Morrisons. Ocado yesterday signed a 200million deal with the supermarket group, which charges less for groceries than upmarket Waitrose. Bosses at
17 May 2013 Shoppers who buy their groceries online will have a new option by the end of the year after Morrisons today signed a deal with home delivery firm Ocado. The UK's fourth-biggest grocer finally joined the online shopping revolution after
12 May 2013 If you can't help but feel a bit smug when the Ocado van pulls up outside each week, this may puncture your pride a little. The online delivery firm, which has an exclusive contract with Waitrose, is in talks to strike a new deal with
The ECB has announced that the supermarket chain Waitrose will become the England team's primary sponsor from 2014. The three-year deal, reported to be worth around £20m, will see Waitrose's logo replace that of Brit Insurance on all England kit.
42 Click to rate Rating (0) Pip, you're so annoying. - Gloria Esther , Cairns, Australia, 02/5/2013 20:33 Big mistake Waitrose. Mycroft , Swindon, United Kingdom, 02/5/2013 20:33 She needs to take a leaf out of her sisters book as Kate said
Sophie Chick, research analyst at Savills, said: 'Our analysis identifies a very clear house price premium in Waitrose store locations. 'It's difficult to state with certainty that a Waitrose store opening will boost prices, but it is clear that
35 Click to rate Rating (0) I've been saying exactly the same thing for 10 years...United Kingdom, 17/4/2013 15:28 Based on her criticism of national chains can we assume that Fiona Phillips never shops in Tesco, Asda, Morrisons, Waitrose etc.
It just goes to show you that the markets are based on nothing more than a lie...The world is getting worse yet "they" would have you believe that things are getting back to normal. Back to normal for the fat cats and it's us simple plebs that suffer.
John Lewis defends supplier rebate demand John Lewis last week said it made record profits last year and announced a £210m bonus pool for staff John Lewis has defended its plan to ask for a rebate from suppliers who see an increase in sales through
7 March 2013 Tens of thousands of staff at John Lewis and Waitrose from checkout assistants to chairman Charlie Mayfield are to receive a bonus of almost nine weeks' pay. The windfall, equivalent to 17 per cent of salary, follows a 16 per cent rise