Supermarkets reject Which? pricing report

Consumer organisation files ‘super complaint’ to watchdog

ABF: two directions

Family ties will keep Primark singing from the same song sheet

Macau looks for mass-market reincarnation

Luxury loses lustre as casinos and retailers shift tactics

Pets at Home’s VIP treatment pays off

Revenues rise 10% in first full year as listed company

Tate & Lyle wields axe to bolster profits

Foods group to withdraw from European bulk ingredients

China Resources Enterprise to focus on beer

Shares in SoE jump on $3.6bn sale of supermarkets unit to parent

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Innovation delivers parcel company award

Responsive service reduces inconvenience

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Coca-Cola: When less is more

Profits are slipping as changing tastes take the sparkle out of the company’s core brand. But can a new cost-cutting strategy succeed?

Food suppliers hit by insolvencies

Double the number are struggling compared with a year ago

Packaged foods: increased appetite

Is food a rate-sensitive investment?

UK supermarkets: property ladder

Grocers are writing down the value of their stores. But do not expect a wave of closures

Benetton addresses its Rana Plaza legacy

The Italian apparel company has changed its approach to its responsibilities towards garment workers

Nomad Foods to buy Birds Eye owner Iglo

Private equity group Permira to retain 9% stake

Virgin Galactic to test second spacecraft

Future of suborbital programme likely to hinge on crash report

FTSE 250 dividends rise 20%

Mid-caps outperform larger companies as UK economy grows

Cargill guards private life in 150th year

Sixth generation looks to balance family ownership with growth

Tesco set to report loss of up to £5bn

Raft of write-offs and charges in full-year results

Week in Review, April 18

Indian tax, financial fines, global gym deals and Yahoo-Microsoft revise search deal

IC – April 18 highlights

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Vinyl and pies mash-up is retail hit

Record stores seek niche to attract new wave of customers


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