The retailer announced this week it had relaunched its staff bonus scheme with the aim of rewarding colleagues for better customer service
Morrisons is to cut 720 head office jobs while ramping up the number of shop floor staff as it looks to drive sales through its core supermarket estate…
The retailer said Dutchman Meijer had decided not to commit to living a fuller part of his life in Britain, as his family remain living in the Netherlands
New CEO David Potts has overseen a major spring clean of the store estate as he looks to drive sales
They welcomed the arrival of reinforcements in the form of more part-time staff.
The move to stop using it comes as a result of discussions new CEO David Potts and the Morrisons’ retail team have had with staff and customers
David Potts makes £1m show of faith in Morrisons Subscription
New Morrisons CEO David Potts has made a public show of faith in the embattled supermarket by buying more than £1m of its shares during his first week in the top job.
New Morrisons CEO David Potts has instructed the retailer’s 2,000 head office staff to help out in stores this Easter as he sets to work on improving the core supermarket estate.
Morrisons and Ant & Dec are calling time on their multi-million pound advertising deal, two years after it was first signed
The new CEO records a message for staff on his first day at work
A segment on the Morrisons situation from BBC News, featuring The Grocer editor Adam Leyland
Morrisons store estate value in £1.3bn writedown Subscription
The cut in the value of its store estate is down to the reduced price that Morrisons could raise if it sold its property assets
Media bites 13 March: Morrisons, Waitrose, BHS Subscription
Not unexpectedly, Morrisons’ near £800m loss yesterday gets plenty of coverage with most of the focus on the £1.3bn property write-down and the closing of 23 convenience stores.
Morrisons has posted a £792m loss for the year to 1 February on the back of a £1,273m property impairment.
Reactions to the Morrisons results are flooding in from analysts
CFO Duncan Tatton-Brown believes that the contract was the best deal done under Dalton Philips, and that Morrisons are “pretty happy” with it
Twenty stickers, equivalent to a spend of £200, entitles shoppers to choose from a selection of 11 items from the premium Sambonet kitchenware range
Paul Coyle gets twelve months for illegal dealings with Ocado shares
David Potts’ appointment as Morrisons’ new CEO dominates the business headlines.
Morrisons has appointed former Tesco director David Potts as its next chief executive. Chairman Andrew Higginson said he was the “best retailer” he had worked with in 25 years in the industry.
Morrisons will begin its rollout of sales-based ordering on a category by category basis in the next few months…
Two more supermarket own-label ranges have been embroiled in the almond contamination scandal – with Sainsbury’s and Tesco each recalling a Mexican meal kit.
Supermarket expects all 675 stores to be upgraded by the summer and for the enhancement to reduce queueing times
Supermarket claims ”ongoing lower price cuts, not promotions”
Morrisons to slash number of joint business plans by 30% to free up buyer time…
Potts rings the changes in Morrisons turnaround Subscription
Today was the most dramatic day so far in the Morrisons revolution
With David Potts comes a renewed focus on product, not gimmick
Analysts have dismissed the potential for Morrisons to launch a Netto-type tie-up with Spanish discounter Dia
Retail management is no different from football management - after a tough time, the team wants a different personality
Shares in Tesco and Morrisons shot up this week after data showed the beleaguered supermarkets enjoying significantly impr…
I’ve gone all misty eyed. I liked the misting tables at Morrisons. I’ll miss them when they’re gone…
Dalton Philips and his concepts are departing at similar junctures, but he can’t be the only one to blame
Morrisons’ decision to redesign its checkouts
Under fire from new challengers like Aldi and Lidl, such gold plated pensions are simply too expensive to offer for retailers to offer in the current market.
Second “lab store” has a lot of new Morrisons concepts inside
Prices have been slashed across thousands of products this month at Asda, Tesco, Sainsbury’s and Waitrose…
Morrisons’ investors may be breathing a sigh of relief after the supermarket’s near 10% share price recovery so far this year, but Bernstein analyst Bruno Monteyne poured the coldest of waters on the retailer’s recovery today.