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Retailers Wage War Against Long Lines

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Supermarket giant Kroger is winning the war against lengthy checkout lines with a powerful weapon: infrared cameras long used by the military and law-enforcement to track people....
Retailers Wage War Against Long Lines

Are Tesco's special offers a Christmas fable?

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Tesco's promotional offers suggest bargains galore, but the reality of Christmas 'reductions' are a real festive surpriseNo doubt thousands, possibly millions, of Tesco Christmas Chocolate Yule Logs, will be sold during the festive season. As Tesco says, they are a half-price bargain - just £1.20, down from the normal price...
Are Tesco's special offers a Christmas fable?

Sainsbury's trials new QR-enabled 'Mobile Scan & Go' shopping app for iPhone and Android

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Sainsbury’s supermarket is trialing a new service called Mobile Scan & Go that allows users to shop with their iPhone or Android phone and pay at the till without unloading their trolley or bags. The trial is taking place in three stores with a limited number of customers at the moment...
Sainsbury's trials new QR-enabled 'Mobile Scan & Go' shopping app for iPhone and Android

Does a supermarket magazine really have more readers than The Sun?

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Just when “branded content” is gaining heightened prominence, custom magazine publisher Cedar has announced Tesco Magazine, which it publishes for the supermarket giant, has become the UK’s most-read print publication. The numbers are contained in the latest National Readership Survey (NRS) report, which shows Tesco Magazine average issue readership grew eight...
Does a supermarket magazine really have more readers than The Sun?

Tesco launches £2.50 a month broadband deal

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The best-buy deal is available for a 12-month period, but users have been warned to ignore 'dazzling' low cost offers and check contract lengths, download allowances and connection speedsTesco has joined the broadband price war by slashing the cost of "unlimited" internet usage to £2.50 a month, or slightly less...
Tesco launches £2.50 a month broadband deal

Google Surpasses Coca Cola to Become the Second Most Valuable Brand on The Planet

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Google has reached another milestone in it’s relatively short history and surpassed Coca Cola, Microsoft and IBM to become the second most valuable brand in the world. The search engine is valued at $36.1billion and considered a more powerful product than the planet’s best-selling soft drink ($34.8bn), say analysts Brand...
Google Surpasses Coca Cola to Become the Second Most Valuable Brand on The Planet
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