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Bonus cuts at Sainsbury and M&S as goals missed
LONDON (Reuters) - The chief executives of major retailers J Sainsbury and Marks & Spencer have both taken cuts in their bonuses after failing to meet targets and as recession forces them to scale back growth plans.
M&S Bank: Northern Rock collapse was the inspiration  Telegraph.co.uk
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Sainsbury beats Tesco but still disappoints
J Sainsbury suffered a surprise slowdown in sales over the past three months, with its first-quarter performance coming in below analysts' expectations, despite the extra demand from the Diamond Jubilee celebrations.
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Split over Sainsbury's Westfield supermarket plans
Plans for a 55,000 sq ft Sainsbury's store in Westfield in Somerset have split the local community. Some are concerned that a store planned at St Peter's Park could take business away from nearby Radstock and Midsomer Norton and cause traffic problems.
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Tesco urged to shake up US business
Tesco is facing fresh calls to shake up its lossmaking US business from a group that works with US union-sponsored pension funds. The Change to Win Investment Group, which works with pension plans that serve the interests of the members of five US ...
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Should investors embrace the profits of sin?
Which companies would you expect to have done best over the past decade: those whose impeccable ethical, environmental, social and governance (ESG) standards have earned them a place in one of the leading indices for responsible investment, or those ...
Asda looked at �1bn N Brown takeover deal
Still, traders argued some of the UK-based retail giants, such as Tesco, up 2� to 303�p, and J Sainsbury, which rose 2.3 to 288p, might be interested in N Brown.
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Why is emerging market debt so popular?
This year the Treasury has been selling government bonds - known as gilts - that will pay less than the level of inflation. For example, in January �700 million of inflation-linked bonds that mature in 2047 were sold - when the impact of inflation ...
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Barber's veteran Boothman claims award for cheese expertise
Winners of key categories this year included: Parkham Farms, which won 13 awards in the Cheddar classes, including the J Sainsbury's Trophy for Excellence in Cheesemaking; Dewley Cheesemakers, which secured eight medals in the territorials and ...
12 Mid Caps Paying Big Dividends
A yield over 4% is available from around one third of companies in the FTSE 250 mid-cap index. Mid-cap shares often demonstrate a combination of the characteristics associated with both FTSE 100 (UKX) blue chips and small caps.
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Jailed... VAT fraudsters who made �39m in just 69 days
Three cheats who conned taxpayers out of �39million in just 69 days through a complex VAT scam have been jailed for a total of 35 years.
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