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
City snapshop: Morrisons survives FTSE 100 chop Subscription
Morrisons has avoided an embarrassing ejection from the FTSE 100 after two days of strong share price rises was enough to keep it in the prestigious…
Morrisons was the only one of the big four retailers to see an increase in sales for the 12 weeks to 24 May 2015, according to the latest…
Morrisons gets Irish cocktail RTDs Subscription
Paint The Town Red – which was founded in 2013 by former Tesco Ireland BWS buyer Andrew Tidey and his brother Alistair – is launching two 4.5% abv RTDs into Morrisons
Tom Richardson will step into the newly created category director role in the summer, taking on responsibility for sourcing and new product development
Morrisons say efforts have focused on improving current practices rather than bringing in new technological interventions such as steam treatment
Morrisons insisted the song referred to the return of staffed express checkouts for shoppers with 10 items or fewer
Bangkok Street Noodles with Chicken come in two variants – red Thai sauce topped with sliced red chilli, and green Thai sauce with sliced red chilli
Among wines being introduced to the range over May and June are two from Paul Mas and three from Gerard Bertrand
A report by the Local Data Company found that nearly half (49%) of Morrisons’ stores were situated in town’s with an above average number of discounters
Figures from financial information specialist Markit show the proportion of Morrisons stock out on loan reached 13.7% on 29 April, up from 12.4% at the beginning of the month
Media bites 8 May: Morrisons, SABMiller, Ocado Subscription
The new chief executive of Wm Morrison has pledged to listen to the supermarket chain’s customers and staff
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”.
Staff at the Aylesbury store delivered full marks for customer service this week, pipping Asda Poole to the post
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