Tesco offers 3-hour online order collection

Initiative catapults supermarket ahead of rival J Sainsbury

Glencore meanders back to life

Quiet success for public market stewardship

Merger costs hit Paddy Power Betfair

Deal savings to be achieved a year earlier than planned

Australian food retail: no more goodwill

The winner is merely the best of two losers

Wesfarmers profit hit by Target and coal woes

UK expansion of Bunnings bright spot for Australian conglomerate

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MPs call for microbeads ban in toiletries

Plastic particles pollute oceans and are ingested by marine life

SABMiller exit shrinks springbok herd

Beginning of the end looms for South Africa’s City adventure

Best Buy shares rally on push online

Focus on integrating physical stores and online sales pays off

Cofco to secure full Nidera ownership

Chinese food group seeks to become leading agricultural trader

Supermarkets enjoy summer sales boost

Advance of German discounters continues as Big Four decline

Shoprite: slowly does it

Supermarket chain’s bravado is not justified by its share performance

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM - FEBRUARY 3: Shoppers make a purchase using a UnionPay debit card at Harrods on February 3, 2011 in London, England. UnionPay is the sole debit card provider in China, representing 14 major Chinese banks. (Photo by James McCauley/Harrods via Getty Images)

Exporters and shoppers get Brexit boost

Order books hit 2-year high and tourists gain from weak pound

Rank confident of digital strategy

Deals possible after collapse of William Hill takeover bid

Court backs SABMiller plan to split vote

Ruling allows exclusion of brewer’s 2 largest shareholders

Weak pound boosts Swiss watches in the UK

Tourists take advantage of currency slide after Brexit vote

Sponsors dump US swimmer Ryan Lochte

Speedo and Ralph Lauren cut ties following Rio ‘robbery’ debacle

Liverpool FC/Everbright: home and away

A dearth of trophies has barely troubled the football club’s bottom line

Investors signal revolt at Sports Direct

Unease comes after scrutiny of retailer’s business practices

Lactalis pressured to raise milk prices

Family-owned dairy group willing to discuss with unions

Record £9bn spending on contactless cards

New £30 limit on ‘tap and pay’ breaks spending records

Sports Direct deal with founder’s brother

Retailer has not disclosed the arrangement in its accounts

China aims high with Liverpool FC approach

Potential Chinese investment in football club highlights ambition

Real Madrid’s Cristiano Ronaldo celebrates his team’s Uefa Champions League final win against Atlético Madrid on May 28, 2016

Uefa urged to reform Champions League

Study says fewer teams would lead to rise in more profitable media deals

Supermarkets and suppliers take stock

Groceries Code Adjudicator says grocers are improving

Football club would fit Everbright’s focus

Financial group keen to tap China demand for sports entertainment

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