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UK group sets out cost-cutting measures and price rises as inflation bites
UK group optimistic market will remain stronger than pre-pandemic as customers continue to shop online
John Ralfe argues that Britain’s CDC pensions legislation needs to be made fairer.
UK postal group hopes ‘significant proportion’ of shoppers continue to spend online
After showing it can cut costs, the group must now show it can invest in growth
UK postal group to unveil payout policy in May as it expects operating profit to more than double from year ago
Christmas was first-class but might not last; Upper Crust owner SSP begins second wave of travel sector cash calls
Higher profits forecast after online boom resulted in ‘unprecedented’ volumes
Former Ocado executive Simon Thompson appointed to refocus company in wake of online boom
Agreement will help UK postal service usher in changes to business as it focuses on parcels
Vast hiring spree and deployment of thousands of extra vans have helped groups cope with flood of online orders
Company gambles demand will hold up despite 10% increase
UK watchdog forecasts move to five-day operation would still meet 97% of customers’ needs
Investors should fear IVC Evidensia’s fantastical float valuation; Royal Mail makes slow but steady progress
Shares jump as turnover in parcels exceeds letters for first time due to surge in deliveries
Keith Williams suggests company should reform to reflect how Britons are sending more parcels
Demand for UK packages deliveries grows with surge in online shopping triggered by pandemic
Patience required for shareholders in postal service; Travis Perkins needs to get a move on
Group warns its UK business will not become profitable without ‘substantial’ change
Postal service, which briefly overcharged for stamps, ‘let its customers down’, Ofcom says
Dealing with the pandemic brought huge complexities and costs for the British institution
Sale of international division will cause more pain to the postal group
Covid-19 heaps further pressure on UK postal service already hit by drop in business
Royal Mail and Invesco dispatch marked cards; Compass is on right path
Brief tenure marked by weak results, slump in shares and union tensions