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Saturday 05 July 2008
Saturday 05 July 2008
Wednesday 18 June 2008
Wincanton, the UK road haulage group that has contracts with companies including Marks & Spencer and Homebase, has walked away from a £233m bid for rival TDG.
Thursday 12 June 2008
The Home Retail Group delivered a mixed picture on trading today after a slide in sales at Homebase was offset by better-than-expected business at Argos.
Monday 09 June 2008
Tesco is due to publish a first-quarter update tomorrow and despite evidence of declining sales performance, analysts expect the company to report a solid start to the year in the UK.
Wednesday 04 June 2008
So, the summer is here, Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall is back on television and the green-fingered, or eco-minded, among us will be just itching to tear up the patio and plant a row of runner beans.
Saturday 24 May 2008
Q: As a result of a safety recall, I had to return my Flymo mower to the retailer, Homebase, in exchange for a new machine. But instead of this, Homebase gave me a cash refund of £80. I bought a similar machine for £100. I later returned to the shop with a Homebase voucher, which was worth £5 when more than £50 was spent. But I was told this was not accepted after the original sale – unlike my experience with the Nectar loyalty scheme. DR, St Albans.
Thursday 22 May 2008
Never mind the Chelsea Flower Show. The really fascinating battle of the blooms culminated yesterday in a decisive victory for Tesco over the Scottish entrepreneur Sir Tom Hunter. The supermarket group has reached agreement with Sir Tom's West Coast Capital to buy its stake in Dobbies Garden Centres, giving it total control of the chain.
Tuesday 13 May 2008
Retail sales fell for the second consecutive month in April, putting consumer spending at its rockiest since the spring of 2005, according to figures published yesterday.
Thursday 01 May 2008
Wednesday 09 April 2008
Thursday 13 March 2008
Saturday 10 June 2006
There is a supreme confidence in Sven Goran Eriksson's approach to a World Cup that will define his reputation as England manager and it emanates from the finest squad he has had at his disposal during five years in the "impossible job". With one notable exception, his theory can be put to an instant test this afternoon, as the Swede was last night insistent that Steven Gerrard would be fit for England's opening game with Paraguay.
Friday 15 October 2004
Wednesday 26 May 2004
GUS, the owner of Argos and Homebase, yesterday set itself a two-year deadline to decide whether to break itself up as it unveiled plans to return £200m to shareholders.
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