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Sainsbury's to end multi-buy deals in August
By RBR Staff Writer
Sainsbury's will become the first supermarket chain in the UK to end multi-buy and buy-one-get-one-free offers from August.
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Tesco acquires remaining stake in Harris + Hoole coffee chain
By RBR Staff Writer
UK-based supermarket chain Tesco has acquired remaining stake in Harris + Hoole coffee chain, in an attempt to diversify into non-grocery segment.
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Sainsbury’s agrees terms to acquire Home Retail Group for £1.3bn
By RBR Staff Writer
Sainsbury’s has agreed terms to acquire Home Retail Group (HRG) for £1.3bn, in a deal that is touted to create a formidable new entity that combines food and non-food businesses to rival the likes of Amazon and John Lewis.
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Home Retail Group shareholders seek revised takeover bid from Sainsbury’s
Sainsbury’s is reportedly asked to increase its acquisition bid to at least 160p per share in order to confirm the £1.3bn deal with Home Retail Group (HRG).
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Tesco to discontinue 24-hour trading at 76 stores in UK
UK-based supermarket chain Tesco is discontinuing 24-hour trading at 76 of its large stores due to low customer turnout in the early hours.
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Sainsbury’s likely to find support from Qatar Investment Authority for Home Retail Group bid
Qatar Investment Authority (QIA), which holds a 25% stake in Sainsbury's, is believed to have backed the supermarket chain it revises its offer for the Home Retail Group acquisition.
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Trace One and Musgrave Group renew contract to drive further private label success
Trace One and Irish retailer Musgrave Group have renewed agreement for Trace One’s Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) solution.
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GCA finds Tesco to have delayed payments to suppliers
Supermarket chain Tesco has been found to have "knowingly delayed" payments to its suppliers in order to bolster its financial position, according to supermarket watchdog Groceries Code Adjudicator.
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Byggmax opens in Bergen Rådal in April 2016
The low-price retailer Byggmax opens a store in Bergen Rådal, Norway in April 2016. The store will employ four people and approximately three seasonal employees.
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Investcorp takes minority stake in Saudi Arabian supermarket chain owner Bindawood Holding
Investcorp has purchased a minority stake in Saudi Arabia-based Bindawood Holding, which owns supermarket chains Bindawood and Danube.
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HFF closes sale of 11-property necessity-anchored retail portfolio
Holliday Fenoglio Fowler, L.P. (HFF) has closed the sale of The Cavalier Portfolio, an 11-property necessity-anchored retail portfolio totaling more than one million square feet in the central and eastern portions of the US.
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Sainsbury’s may close around 200 Argos stores in HRG acquisition
Sainsbury's may close up to 200 stores of Argos and shift them within its supermarkets as part of proposed move to acquire Home Retail Group (HRG).
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Asda invests £500m in price cuts to take on discounters
British supermarket chain Asda is pumping in £500m in cutting prices in a turnaround strategy to woo customers away from discounters Aldi and Lidl that have been eating into the profits of the ‘Big Four’ supermarkets in the country.
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Supervalu files for regulatory approval for spin off of hard discounting chain Save-A-Lot
Supermarket chain Supervalu has filed a plan with regulators to spin off its hard discounting unit Save-a-Lot as a public company, as the chain copes to survive the major changes in the food retailing segment.
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Tesco to charge £2 fee for click and collect orders below £30
British supermarket chain Tesco will begin collecting a £2 fee from customers for click and collect orders that cost less than £30 through Tesco Direct, reasoning that the fee is required to keep the services functional in future.
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