Farmers blockade a Morrisons depot at Bridgewater in Somerset as disquiet rumbles on
Tesco and Morrisons join new logistics initiative Subscription
Tesco, Morrisons and Boots have joined forces to smooth out inefficiencies in inbound logistics
The ASA has told Morrisons not to repeat the adverts for Match & More until it has provided consumers with clearer information
Convenience retail veteran Mike Greene is set to form a new convenience chain…
Former ACS chairman is rumoured to be the name behind Greybull Capital’s M Local purchase talks
The sale would see Greybull Capital take control of roughly 150 convenience stores
Milk For Farmers Cheddar will be priced at a premium of 34 pence per pack above standard Morrisons Cheddar
Industry commentators have accused Morrisons of “tokenism” and making “no lasting difference” to the plight of UK dairy fa…
Brand will go on sale at a premium of around 23.7p per SKU, will sit alongside standard milk, and each sale will guarantee extra 10ppl for farmers
Decision hailed as a victory by farmers group
Morrisons warned it was gathering evidence on the identities of the “perpetrators of these activities”
Morrisons is returning to merchandising wine by country of origin – ditching the experimental approaches to the category brought in under former CEO Dalton Philips.
Shoppers must spend £40 or more in-store each week for four out of five weeks
Overall sales and shopper numbers also up, with prices now down 1.6%
Gary Mills made Morrisons group retail director Subscription
Morrisons has appointed former Tesco Northern Ireland boss Gary Mills as group retail director
Morrisons has incurred costs of almost £2m as a result of the court case in which former employee Andrew Skelton stole personal data of nearly 100,000 employees.
Morrisons has appointed Procter & Gamble UK boss Irwin Lee as a non-executive director to help turn around the company’s fortunes.
Aldi and Lidl reach new highs as David Potts looks to be righting the ship
Of the 200 products which formed the latest round of Morrisons’ price cuts at the beginning of June, frozen peas were the only fruit or vegetable
Morrisons has pulled the plug on its customer magazine with immediate effect
The retailer is undergoing a cull of its property team orchestrated by new chief executive David Potts
Morrisons is over 5% cheaper than some of its big four rivals on the 200 plus lines selected in its latest price cuts…
Morrisons said today that it has now made 1,665 cuts of an average of 16% since the beginning of last year
Sir Ken urges patience with new Morrisons bosses Subscription
Morrison, who launched a tirade against former CEO Dalton Philips at last year’s meeting, said he was assured by the stated aim of chairman Andrew Higginson
A mid-week share price surge was triggered by signs its trading performance is finally improving
”I have only been in the store for 11 weeks so it is cracking to win this”
On a sweltering Saturday morning, Morrisons Carmondean excelled, with a score in the high 80s
Location, location, location! That’s what I’ve been thinking about this week…
M Local sale is a sad end for a great concept Subscription
Our news editor reminisces over one of the best convenience stores he ever visited - the first ever M Local
Morrisons has moved at breakneck speed. That much was obvious this week
Morrisons Denton achieved one of the highest scores of the year.
Shop floor service was excellent this week, with only Waitrose Beaconsfield dropping a point…
The Children’s Food Campaign complaint against Morrisons is a perfect example of a complaint for the sake of complaining
Asda picks up the prize for cheapest basket in the first week of the Grocer 33 year
The sun and Sir Ken both shine on Morrisons at AGM Subscription
The sun and Sir Ken were both shining on Messrs Higginson and Potts at Morrisons HQ today at the supermarket’s AGM.
Morrisons enjoys a moment in the sun Subscription
They say one swallow does not a summer make. Apparently it was Aristotle who said it (thanks Wikipedia), but the point remains the same…
Morrisons: Signs of recovery or “dead cat” bounce? Subscription
At some point Wall Street traders coined a term for a plummeting stock that experiences a temporary recovery – the “dead cat bounce”.