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Morrisons expects UK govt business rates relief for 2020-21 of 228 mln stg
Morrisons, Amazon Announce Expansion Of Prime Now Grocery Delivery
WM Morrison Supermarkets Says Kevin Havelock Appointed As Chair Of Remuneration Committee
Wm Morrison Supermarkets PLC is engaged in the operation of retail supermarket stores under the Morrisons brand and associated activities. The Company’s brands include Naturally Wonky, Free From, Nutmeg, Home Cook, V Taste and Little Kitchen. It has food manufacturing capabilities in meat, fish, bakery, fruit and veg, deli and flowers. Its Morrisons branded beef, lamb, pork, chicken, milk and eggs are sourced in the United Kingdom. The Company serves customers across the United Kingdom through approximately 494 stores and an online home delivery service. The Company operates over eight regional distribution centers and a national center servicing its supermarkets. Its subsidiaries include Bos Brothers Fruit and Vegetables B.V., Erith Pier Company Limited, Firsdell Limited, Kiddicare Properties Limited, Neerock Farming Limited, Neerock Limited and Rathbone Kear Limited.
Hilmore House, Gain Lane
Andrew Thomas Higginson
Non-Executive Independent Chairman of the Board
David T. Potts
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British supermarket group Morrisons <MRW.L> said it would engage with investors over its remuneration policy after it was opposed by more than one third of votes cast at its annual shareholders' meeting.
Almost 35% of votes cast at Morrisons annual shareholders' meeting on Thursday opposed the British supermarket group's remuneration policy.
British supermarket group Morrisons <MRW.L> will make immediate payments to its smaller suppliers for a further three months to help them through the coronavirus crisis, it said on Monday.
British supermarket group Morrisons will make immediate payments to its smaller suppliers for a further three months to help them through the ongoing coronavirus crisis, it said on Monday.
British supermarket group Morrisons reported a boost to sales in its latest quarter from the coronavirus lockdown, and said costs related to the pandemic should be broadly offset by the government's business rates relief.
British supermarket group Morrisons on Tuesday reported a 5.7% rise in group like-for-like sales in its latest quarter, with demand boosted by the country's coronavirus lockdown.
British supermarket group Morrisons <MRW.L> on Wednesday won a Supreme Court victory which ends a battle for compensation by thousands of its staff whose personal details were posted on the internet by a former employee.
British supermarket group Morrisons <MRW.L> said on Wednesday it would play its part in feeding the nation during the coronavirus emergency but warned it was facing "unprecedented challenges and uncertainty".
The boss of Morrisons <MRW.L>, Britain's fourth biggest supermarket group, said the company had not asked the government about involving the army in protecting stores and depots given unprecedented panic buying due to coronavirus.
British supermarket group Morrisons cautioned on Wednesday it was facing "unprecedented challenges and uncertainty" dealing with coronavirus.
British supermarket group Morrisons plans to create 3,500 new jobs and expand its home delivery operation to help get through the coronavirus crisis, it said on Tuesday.
British supermarket group Morrisons <MRW.L> plans to pay its smaller suppliers within 48 hours to help them get through the coronavirus pandemic, it said on Friday.
British supermarket group Morrisons plans to pay its smaller suppliers within 48 hours to help them get through the coronavirus pandemic, it said on Friday.
British supermarket group Morrisons <MRW.L> plans to cut 3,000 management jobs as part of a workforce restructuring that will create 7,000 frontline jobs in its stores, it said on Thursday.
Morrisons <MRW.L> was the big loser as Britain's major food retailers endured their worst Christmas since 2014, hurt by intense competition and sustained consumer uncertainty which deterred shoppers from splashing out.
British bluechips handed back gains as falls in oil majors offset relief over the absence of an immediate escalation in Middle East tension, but a report that Britain's preparations for a no-deal Brexit had been halted aided domestic stocks.
Consumer uncertainty will persist in Britain's grocery market until the terms of Britain's exit from the European Union become clearer, the boss of Morrisons <MRW.L>, the country's No. 4 supermarket, said on Tuesday.
Britain's big four supermarkets - Tesco <TSCO.L>, Sainsbury's <SBRY.L>, Asda and Morrisons <MRW.L> - suffered a drop in Christmas sales as shoppers carefully watched their budgets, market research firm Kantar said on Tuesday.
* Cost control keeps firm on track for profit forecasts (Adds broader industry data, shares)
UK shares rebounded on Tuesday in the absence of any immediate escalation in the Middle East tensions, while a strong Christmas performance update from supermarket group Morrisons lifted the sector.
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