Tag Archives: Morrisons

CEO Philips walks the plank at struggling Morrisons

The New Year always brings pain for some retailers – they have to pay the next quarter’s rent in advance and bad Christmas trading means they often can’t – but this year it’s looking a bit more personal. Morrisons, currently ...

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Morrisons sings for its Christmas supper

DLKW Lowe has the populist touch and supermarket Morrisons occupies that (currently rather uncomfortable) end of the retail spectrum. So this Christmas effort shouldn’t come as much of a surprise. Hmm. Not much of Ant and Dec. Maybe they were ...

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Former Tesco boss Higginson steps in at Morrisons

The heat has just been turned up a few notches on incoming Tesco CEO Dave Lewis with the announcement that former Tesco finance director Andrew Higginson (left) is to be the next chairman of rival Morrisons. Morrisons CEO Dalton Philips ...

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Is Sainsbury winning the UK supermarket wars?

It certainly is if you see the market as we used to: a carve-up between Tesco, Asda, Sainsbury and Morrisons. The company, helmed by Justin King (left) for the last ten years, has seen its market share inch up to ...

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Tesco and Morrisons enter the Christmas ads stakes – in the wake of John Lewis’s ‘bear and hare’

Two more dollops of Christmas from adland: Tesco and Morrisons. Tesco and Wieden+Kennedy london have gone rites of passage (well John Lewis doesn’t have a monopoly on the idea) with a family morphing from Sweeney-era haircuts and moustaches (the blokes ...

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£70m Morrisons sticks with DLKW Lowe

They say it’s rarely worthwhile repitching for a piece of business but Interpublic-owned DLKW Lowe will be thankful that it did – as well as breathing a huge sigh of relief – with the news that it’s been reappointed by ...

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DLKW Lowe faces another big loss as £70m Morrisons reviews

I suppose poor old DLKW Lowe was bound to get it in the neck from Morrisons – the UK supermarket group has been struggling to keep pace with discounters Asda, Aldi and Lidl and now Tesco has entered that frame ...

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