July weather: More sunshine and hot weather predicted for this weekend

Temperatures set to hit 28C following hottest day of the year

Man of deals: products linked to ‘Man of Steel’

Warner Bros has lined up almost 100 promotional partners for their new summer blockbuster ‘Man of Steel’. Keep reading to see some of the tie-ins that have been signed up.

Man jailed for 30 months for sex assault on four-year-old boy in supermarket toilet

A man has been jailed for two-and-a-half years for sexually assaulting a four-year-old boy in a supermarket toilet.

Asda has resolved to donate all its surplus stock to charity

Asda to give all surplus food to charity in bid to relieve food poverty

FareShare will distribute milk, bread, meat and vegetables to provide  meals for the poor

Squeeze on consumer spending hits Tesco

Tesco will confirm a fall in UK sales this week, as cash-strapped consumers continue to rein in spending on big-ticket electricals.

Sales growth returns at Morrisons

Morrisons has finally started to show signs of recovery, after a sustained period of weak trading.

Whiff of scandal lingers at Greencore

Greencore, the convenience foods and ready-meals maker, said yesterday that conditions remain challenging in a UK market still reeling from the horsemeat scandal.

Walmart suffers surprise drop in sales

The grim consumer environment in the United States led to an unexpected drop in sales in Walmart over the first quarter, with the world's largest retailer missing Wall Street expectations.

Bring on the sunshine: The best wines for spring barbecues and summer picnics

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290 dead as high street fashion chains told to put lives before profits after Bangladeshi factory collapse

Death toll passes 290 as staff describe how they were ordered to continue production despite raising concerns over huge cracks in the eight-storey structure

Walmart CEO's annual pay rockets to $21m

The chief executive of Walmart enjoyed a double-digit increase in his total pay last year – pocketing $21m (£14m).

Asda is the latest to make a move, rebranding its financial services arm as Asda Money and launching a new credit card

Asda to open 12 new stores and create up to 2,500 new jobs

Asda is to open 12 stores and create up to 2,500 new jobs in the UK this year, the supermarket giant announced today.

The new cuts come just days after supermarkets announced 2p-3p a litre cuts on petrol

Supermarkets reveal further fuel price cuts

Motoring is to get a little cheaper following further fuel price reductions announced today by supermarkets.

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

Outlook Should Tesco investors sue Sir Terry Leahy?

Petrol price falls follow last week's drop in diesel

Good news for motorists as petrol prices fall up to 3p a litre

Good news for motorists - Asda is slashing the price of fuel by 2p from today at its 217 petrol stations.

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