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He's a smart cookie, that Justin King, the boss of Sainsbury's. He has admitted that the public's trust in supermarkets has been severely damaged by the horsemeat scandal and that retailers face a "new reality".

Market Report: Sainsbury's leaping after horse all-clear

Horse-free meat is on the menu at Sainsbury's and its shares were gobbled up as the rest of the stock market slumped. Sainsbury's confirmed no horse meat was found in its beef products following 250 tests in line with the Food Standards Agency rules. Sainsbury's had withdrawn some burger lines last month amid the food scandal but has now confirmed it has not found any traces of horse DNA.

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On last week’s edition of Stewart Lee’s Comedy Central stand-up comedy show, The Alternative Comedy Experience, deadpan Scottish stand-up David Kay joked about how he didn’t want to have his identity stolen as he was worried about losing his Tesco Clubcard points.

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Virgin founder publicly commits to give away half of his fortune to philanthropic causes

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Let it be known: sticking it to the boss man is a full-time job requiring a genuine sense of vocation. Plus: what will we do without our supermarket snobberies?

HMV administrator to axe 1,000 jobs as 66 stores close

HMV's administrator Deloitte is set to axe more than 900 jobs by closing 66 stores over the coming two months.

Supermarkets circle empty HMV shops

Iceland, Tesco, Sainsbury's and Morrisons have all submitted bids for HMV stores that are the right size to be run as supermarkets.

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Market Report: Sainsbury's hit by Goldman divi blow

Supermarkets have been hit by the horsemeat burger scandal this week, which was followed by equal helpings of outrage and humour. But today it was Goldman Sachs' switch to sell that sent Sainsbury's share price south. Goldman's analysts are more focused on dividend cover than burger blunders.

Anthony Hilton: Too many pension schemes spoil the pots

You can see where the Office of Fair Trading is coming from in launching an investigation this week into the charges levied on workplace pension schemes. There has been a raft of work by fund manager David Pitt-Watson and others which suggests that pension pots would be a third higher if charges in this country were at the same level as, for example, in Holland.

Man charged over Birmingham Big Issue murders

A 23-year-old man was charged last night with the murder of two Big Issue sellers who were fatally stabbed in Birmingham city centre.

Birmingham stab victims were Big Issue sellers

The founder of The Big Issue tonight condemned the fatal stabbings of two vendors in a city centre as “utterly senseless” as police appealed to hundreds of people who may have seen the attacks to come forward.

Two men killed in Birmingham city centre stabbing

Two men were stabbed to death in a busy shopping area of Birmingham city centre just before 6pm last night.

Money Insider: Serious about sorting your finances? Start from scratch

Many people will have made a resolution to sort out their money matters this year. In fact it's probably among the top three 2013 promises, alongside losing weight and doing more exercise.

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