Supermarket chain issue recall of certain packets of Ready to Eat Peppered Beef Slices after testing identified 'low levels of Listeria'.Read the full story ›
The British tycoon, who was the former chairman of Morrisons, died after a short illness.Read the full story ›
Britain's number four supermarket reported a rise in first-half profit for the first time in four years, suggesting its recovery is gaining momentum.
The Bradford-based grocery chain made an underlying pre-tax profit before restructuring costs of £157 million, 11% up from last year and ahead of analysts' average forecast of £150 million.
The supermarket, which follows Tesco, Sainsbury's and Asda in annual sales, reported a third straight quarter of underlying sales growth.
Sales at stores open over a year, excluding fuel, were up 2% over the second quarter, having increased 0.7% in the first quarter.
A casting firm asked for people to star in an ad for the Yorkshire-based supermarket chain - but specified "nobody from Liverpool."Read the full story ›
Ahmed Mohamud was punched and kicked by the Morrisons employee at a petrol station. He died since litigation began.Read the full story ›
Asda, Morrisons, Sainsbury's and Tesco have cut the cost of their petrol to under £1 a litre - bringing "Christmas cheer" to motorists.Read the full story ›
Morrisons posted a 2.6% fall in like-for-like sales in its third quarter as it cut back on promotional vouchers.Read the full story ›
Morrisons today said it is to close 11 more supermarkets putting 900 jobs at risk.Read the full story ›
Troubled grocer Morrisons is selling its M Local convenience shops so it can concentrate on its supermarkets.
It said it will sell 140 M local stores for around £25 million in cash to retail entrepreneur Mike Greene.
Mr Greene said the chain will be rebranded My Local, and he plans to keep all of its 2,300 staff. He added the new management plans to create 200 further jobs by opening 10 more stores.