Supermarkets sign special-offer code

Eight leading supermarkets have signed up to a set of principles to ensure that shoppers are not misled by claims on special offers.

Mike Tyson is the face of Black Energy

Marketing fail: Protesters back Mike Tyson into a corner

Mike Tyson's reputation for controversy has taken new turn. The former boxing champ, convicted rapist, biter and bankruptcy claimant has a new job as the face of the drink Black Energy, for which he has been accused of being party to mysogyny and racism.

Cranswick warns on price of pork after a 21 per cent profit leap

Pork being one of the cheaper meats on sale at supermarkets full of shoppers desperate to cut their bills helped Cranswick, the maker of sausages by Jamie Oliver, enjoy a 21 per cent jump in half-year pre-tax profit to £22.5m.

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Sainsbury's to create 10,000 jobs in store expansion drive

Supermarket giant Sainsbury's is to create 10,000 jobs over the next three years as it continues to open new stores.

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The chief executive of Sainsbury's has urged the Chancellor to reduce the burden of National Insurance (NI) to help boost job creation and the economic recovery.

Sainsbury's boss calls for NI cut to reduce jobless and help recovery

The chief executive of Sainsbury's has urged the Chancellor to reduce the burden of national insurance to help boost job creation and the economic recovery.

Simon English: Sainsbury's may be victim of its success if it starts looking like the local bully

Outlook There's not much doubt in Justin King's mind that he is a brilliant retailer and, to give credit where it is due, there's quite a lot of evidence for the case. Sainsbury's was a mess when he arrived as chief executive in 2004. Shelves were sometimes left empty and even fans of the business, those who thought Sainsbury's was a nice family firm and wanted to support it, decided to shop elsewhere.

The supermarket hailed a solid sales performance in a challenging environment today

Sainsbury's profits rise by 5%

Sainsbury's continued to show its rivals a clean pair of heels today after it reported a 5% rise in half-year profits to £373 million.

Sainsbury's creates 5,000 extra seasonal jobs

Supermarket giant Sainsbury's is to create an extra 5,000 seasonal jobs to meet increased demand from customers over the busy Christmas and new year period.

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Money Insider: Lending drive is delivering red-hot offers

Mortgage lenders are falling over themselves to feature in the best buy tables, and with the help of the Bank of England's Funding for Lending Scheme are now offering some head-turning deals.

Drivers have been queueing for hundreds of yards to fill up at petrol pumps, following the Government's exhortation that drivers keep tanks topped up ahead of possible industrial action

Supermarkets to cut petrol by 2p

Motorists will benefit from lower supermarket petrol prices from today.

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