Asda may have called heavy promotions "weapons of mass distraction" - vowing to shun them in favour of straightforward low prices - but Sainsbury's this week promised it was keeping its promotional foot on the floor.
Asda workers have lost a three-year battle with the retailer over new pay terms they claimed amounted to constructive dismissal and an unauthorised deduction of wages.In 2007, when Asda unified two pay structures, 8,700 workers refused...
Asda has performed a major u-turn over its strategy to strip out similar brands by relisting I Can't Believe It's Not Butter, which it famously shunned in favour of Utterly Butterly in 2007. Asda delisted I Can't Believe It's Not Butter...
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