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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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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.
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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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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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It's time to get over the gilt complex
The unending flight to quality in sovereign bonds has seen gilt prices soar and yields sink to levels that have rarely, if ever, been seen.
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Stocks that could win gold at the Olympics
"The Olympics will not fundamentally boost earnings," he says, reminding investors of the "challenging consumer outlook and intense competition".
Face off: BlackRock Gold & General vs BlackRock World Mining Trust
Commodity funds have been seen as the investment choice of the market bull. They beat markets on the way up, but then suffer as sentiment turns, but can prove profitable for those who can stand the ride.
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10 Growth Shares Paying Great Dividends
Don't be fooled. When investing in shares, you don't have to choose growth or dividends. There are shares available today that offer both.
British Retailers Turn Waste Into Power
Tesco (TSCO), Britain's biggest supermarket chain, along with Marks & Spencer Group (MKS:LN), John Lewis Partnership's Waitrose, Wal-Mart's (WMT) Asda unit, and J Sainsbury (SBRY:LN), are carting off chicken fat, fish heads, and leftover sandwiches to ...
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Fish Heads to Chicken Fat Light Homes, Cut Retailer Costs
Tesco Plc (TSCO), Britain's biggest supermarket chain, along with Marks & Spencer Group Plc (MKS), John Lewis Partnership Plc's Waitrose, William Morrison Supermarkets Plc (MRW) and J Sainsbury Plc are testing how meat and fish, cooking oils and ...
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