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Morrisons Supermarkets plc

Headquarters : Hilmore House Thornton Rd Bradford, West Yorkshire BD8 9AX United Kingdom United Kingdom web tel. 44-(0)1274-494-166 analytics


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Jobs -5% /1998 Fraud 1 Sales 7 Bn $.€ /year Profit 1 Bn $.€ /1998
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Morrison (famille)United Kingdom38
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2003Morrisons sells 6% of the items bought in the department stores in the United-Kingdom (TNS).BBC News
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year name
photo position; compensation
2005Flanagan, Brian
See the photo of: Flanagan, Brian Director;
2005Murray, Susan
See the photo of: Murray, Susan Director;
2005Robertson, Nigel
See the photo of: Robertson, Nigel Director;
2003Ackroyd, Martin
See the photo of: Ackroyd, Martin Chief Financial Officer;
2003Morrisson, Sir Kenneth Duncan
See the photo of: Morrisson, Sir Kenneth Duncan Chief Executive Officer;
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Closure/Bankruptcy: United Kingdom
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yearfinancial misdemeanorsalesincome source
2007 Ten supermarket and dairy firms agreed to fix the price of milk, butter and some cheeses in the United Kingdom during 2002 and 2003. The cartel earned £270m extra from shoppers as they charged 3 pence extra for a pint of milk, 15p extra per quarter-pound of butter and 15p per half-pound of cheese. They'll pay a £116m fine to the Office of Fair Trading (OFT). Sainsbury's and Asda have admitted price-fixing of milk and cheese, as has Safeway - before it was bought by Morrisons. Cases against Tesco and Morrisons will continue after no deal was struck. Safeway has also admitted colluding on the price of butter. Dairy processors Dairy Crest, the Cheese Company and Wiseman also reached agreement. Another dairy firm, Arla, has been given immunity from fines if it continues to co-operate with the investigation. But Tesco, Morrisons and the dairy firm Lactalis McLelland are challenging the OFT findings.     BBC News
2003   7,170,3   billion US$
2002   5,540,22   billion US$
2001   5,120,21   billion US$
2000   4,80,19   billion US$
1998   4,20,18   billion US$
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