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Morrisons not liable for massive staff data leak, court rules | Business

The UK’s highest court has ruled that Morrisons should not be held liable for the criminal act of an employee with a grudge who leaked the payroll data of about 100,000 members of staff. The supermarket group brought a supreme court challenge in an attempt to overturn previous judgments which gave the go-ahead for compensation …

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Morrisons gives food banks £10m during coronavirus outbreak | World news

Supermarket chain Morrisons is to distribute £10m worth of food to the UK’s food banks during the coronavirus outbreak by producing more fresh items from its own manufacturing sites and bolstering deliveries from its stores. The UK’s largest fresh food manufacturer will this week ramp up production at its bakery, egg and fruit and vegetable …

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Morrisons and Aldi to put up checkout screens to protect staff | Business

Morrisons and Aldi will install hundreds of screens at checkouts this week to protect staff as concerns grow about the safety of their dealing with hundreds of customers a day during the coronavirus outbreak. Several retailers have asked shoppers to keep at least a metre (3ft) away from staff at tills but some shop workers …

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UK supermarket restrictions: what you need to know | Business

Tesco Limits to shopping hours All stores closing at 10pm for restocking. Some larger stores with pharmacies will stay open later. Temporary closure of all fresh food counters except bakeries. Purchase restrictions Maximum of three of each item. Multi-buy promotions axed. Vulnerable customers Priority hour on Monday, Wednesday and Friday morning from 9am-10am (apart from …

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Morrisons speeds up payments to small suppliers because of coronavirus | Business

Morrisons is to speed up payments to its smallest suppliers to help them with cash flow during the coronavirus outbreak. From next week, suppliers who sell less than £1m of goods a year to the supermarket will receive payments within 48 hours rather than the usual two-week window, benefiting about 3,000 small businesses – more …

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Morrisons cuts prices on hundreds of items in supermarket battle | Business

Morrisons has cut the price of more than 500 everyday groceries including beef mince, coffee and biscuits as it battles to climb out of a sales slump. Industry data shows Morrisons is the worst-performing member of the big four supermarkets amid an exodus to the fast-growing discounters Aldi and Lidl. Shares in Yorkshire-based Morrisons have …

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Morrisons to cut 3,000 managers and take on more shop-floor staff | Business

Morrisons is axing 3,000 middle managers as part of an overhaul of its store operations that also involves the recruitment of thousands of shop-floor staff. In the wake of a disappointing Christmas, the Bradford-based supermarket is eliminating higher-paid managerial roles in its near-500 store chain. At the same time it is creating 7,000 new hourly-paid …

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Big four supermarkets lose Christmas sales as ‘Boris bounce’ fails to appear | Business

Supermarkets recorded the slowest Christmas sales growth in at least four years as the big four chains lost sales, according to industry analysts. While grocers took a record £29.3bn in the so-called golden quarter, the 0.2% rise in sales across the sector was the lowest rate of growth since 2015, said research firm Kantar. Rival …

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Former Next boss Sir David Jones dies, aged 76 | Business

Sir David Jones, the former boss of Next, has died at the age of 76. He was responsible for turning the chain into a powerhouse of the high street, and guided the current CEO Simon Wolfson when he was Jones’s assistant during the 1990s. Next said in a statement: “It is with great sadness that …

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UK supermarkets ‘not transparent enough’ about pesticide use | Business

Many UK supermarkets are not being transparent with shoppers about the use of potentially harmful pesticides in their global supply chains, according to a report. In an analysis rating the top 10 retailers, Pesticide Action Network UK (PAN UK) says some are not doing enough to protect human health and the environment from hazardous pesticides …

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