Sainsbury’s bags Asda in £7.3bn deal
A merged Sainsbury's and Asda would pose a powerful joint challenge to Tesco. But the deal raises serious competition concerns. Alex Rankine reports.
What the merger between Sainsbury’s and Asda means for you
Sainsbury’s and Asda have decided to merge. John Stepek looks what it means for the troubled UK supermarket sector and asks: is it a good deal?
Save on your season ticket
Train fares are set to rise by an average 3.4% next month. But there are ways to spread the cost, says Ruth Jackson.
A poor deal for deferred pension scheme members
Some five million deferred members of company pension schemes are missing out on valuable opportunities to make the most of their savings because of p…
Britain’s convenience store battle
Sainsbury’s has bid £130m to buy Nisa, the mutually owned consortium of more than 1,300 independent retailers, which operates 3,000 small shops.
Sainsbury's pre-emptive strike
Sainsbury's made an informal offer for Home Retail Group last November, it emerged this week, in “pre-emptive action” to fend off US online shopping g…