Sainsbury’s recently outlined plans to cut the dividend and new store openings to fund an extra £150 million in lower prices

British supermarket Sainsbury’s on Wednesday posted a sixth straight quarter of declining underlying sales as a fierce price war and record deflation(...)

Sainsbury’s has announced its first drop in profits in a decade as it counts the cost of “unprecedented” change in the supermarket industry. The UK’s (...)

Analysts expect Sainsbury’s to report its first loss in a decade after being hammered by hefty property writedowns

It’s not every day that a chief executive with a criminal conviction for embezzlement delivers his company’s results to the City, let alone the head o(...)

Image of the week: Well-oiled campaign UK business minister Jo Swinson (who is standing for re-election for the Liberal Democrats) and Miriam G(...)

Sainsbury’s revenue continues to decline amid record deflation as food retailers cut prices to keep up with discounters Aldi and Lidl. Photograph:  Anthony Devlin/PA Wire

Supermarket group J Sainsbury predicted a return to outperforming the UK sector after the first improvement in sales volume for more than a year. The (...)

Shares in the supermarket chain jumped more than 4 per cent after news of Dalton Philips’s departure, a brutal verdict from the City on the Irish man’s time at the top. Photograph: PA

Dalton Philips, the globetrotting Irish retail executive, will soon be heading back to his homeland to reflect on the future after being sacked as chi(...)

“Fifty Pence Challenge” poster had been intended to motivate staff but ended up displayed in the window of a Sainsbury’s store in east London.

These are desperate times in the grocery trade. Tesco dominated the news agenda last week as it revealed a shock £250 million black hole in its profit(...)

The move underlines the increasing threat of the German discounters Aldi and Lidl in the UK. They have consistently been among Britain’s fastest-growing supermarkets, and have been winning more affluent customers.

Sainsbury, the British supermarket chain known for its relatively upmarket image, is to enter the fast-growing hard discount sector, through a joint v(...)

Britain’s J Sainsbury has ended a nine-year run of quarterly sales growth.

If only Justin King had decided to bow out at Sainsbury’s six months earlier. In his 10 years as chief executive of Britain’s third-larg(...)

Mike Coupe (53):  “Coupe represents continuity for Sainsbury’s, something that may reassure investors who will be a little disconcerted by change,” said Shore Capital analyst Clive Black, who maintained a “buy” recommendation on Sainsbury shares.  Photograph:   Bloomberg

Justin King will step down as chief executive of British grocer J Sainsbury in July after a decade at the helm, with the company opting for continuity(...)