News roundup—9th February 2009

News roundup—9th February 2009

“Waitrose has struck a deal with online retailer
Ocado enabling it to pursue an aggressive expansion of its
online grocery business outside London and the M25,” writes
The Times.

Asda and Tesco are being criticised for selling
on their websites books and CDs with the F-word in their title,
reports The Daily Mail.

Scotland on Sunday has a wrap-up of the
Baugur situation that includes a list of possible buyers
of the holding company’s brands, which include Coast, Karen
Millen, Oasis and Shoe Studio parent company
Mosaic, Mappin & Webb and Goldsmiths
parent Aurum Jewellery, toy store Hamleys, House of
Frasier, French Connection, and Debenhams.

The Mirror gives a shout-out to
Bravissimo for its range of apparel designed for buxom


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