The grocer said people have been buying more as it lowered prices amid the fierce industry price war
The fastest growing jobs and recruiting site, Glassdoor identified the places with the friendliest atmosphere
Chief executive David Potts said the stores had become "part of the problem rather than the solution"
Aneliese Whittaker complained range stereotyped people who wear spectacles
One of the men is to be tried in February for allegedly stealing cheese, mushrooms, tomatoes, and cake in the middle of the night last year
The United States is confronting yet another public shooting rampage tonight after police in Maryland confirmed that three people had been shot dead inside a shopping mall in Columbia, a suburb of Baltimore.
Supermarket sweep may just have saved TFL from further embarrassment
Britain’s retailers are experiencing an epidemic of shoplifting, fuelled by the economic downturn and organised crime gangs stealing valuable merchandise to order by travelling large distances to major shopping centres.
The upturn is a strange beast, with patchy strength and a tendency to hide from some of us. Still, the good news is that it seems to be here to stay
Both Tesco and Morrisons saw their sales dip over Christmas
'Pure chance' discovery of 140kg of smuggled drugs from Colombia delivered to branches of supermarket chain
Shopping habits show Britons are regaining a taste for the finer things in life
Food production’s effect on water supplies must be investigated and properly recorded, warns Professor Tony Allan
The US retailer – which has more than 400 stores across China – said it was ‘deeply sorry for this whole affair’
Producers and supermarkets are weakening our link with the natural world
As a German vegan supermarket opens its doors in Britain for the first time, veganism comes in from the cold