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Tesco has defended its decision to label a children’s chemistry set a boys’ toy

Tesco keeps chemistry set as a boys' toy despite protests

Tesco has defended its decision to label a children’s chemistry set a boys’ toy, despite criticism from gender equality campaigners.

Tesco to sell pension annunities

Britain's biggest grocer Tesco has announced plans to launch a pension annuity comparison service. The move is seen as an attempt to tap into the lucrative at retirement market, in which more than 400,000 people each year buy annuities to pay an annual income for life.

Margareta Pagano: Tesco has not passed it's sell-by date, but its blunders are costly

Listening to Philip Clarke, Tesco's chief executive, explaining on radio last week why the supermarket giant has just reported the first fall in profit in two decades left me feeling distinctly queasy.

Simon English: Tesco pays the price of Sir Terry's over-ambition

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Morrisons threatens to report Tesco over its price-comparison claims

Morrisons is the latest big grocer to threaten to report Tesco to the advertising watchdog over its price-comparison claims and coupons.

Hot dog stuffed-crust pizza helps Domino’s unveil tasty results during cold snap

It may have been cold outside recently, but inside Britain’s homes punters have been devouring Domino’s hot dog stuffed-crust pizza in huge numbers.

Stobart abruptly changes direction with new executive chairman stepping down

Just three months after a boardroom coup saw Stobart Group claim it needed an executive chairman, the haulier today said that role was “no longer appropriate” and the woman in the post would vacate it immediately.

Why do we only hear one side of society in Sherborne's Tesco spat?

The town's working class population have been left out of this debate

Sainsbury's sales beat rivals

Sainsbury's will throw down the gauntlet to grocery market leader Tesco this week with strong sales figures.

Why Tesco stuck its neck out to buy the Giraffe chain

Supermarket giant has to find new ways to attract shoppers

Tesco buys Giraffe restaurant chain for £48m under plans to transform stores into family-friendly destinations

Supermarket giant Tesco has bought restaurant chain Giraffe for £48.6 million under plans to transform its stores into family-friendly retail destinations.

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