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12 Jun 19
Precise Market Reports

The global Gaming Headset market was valued at $XX million in 2018, and MAResearch analysts predict the global market size will reach $XX million by the end of 2028, growing at a CAGR of XX% between 2018 and 2028. Access Sample Report of this report @ https://www.radiantinsights.com/research/2013-2028-report-on-global-gaming-headset-market/request-sample This report provides detailed historical analysis of global […]

07 Jun 19
The Sun
SAINSBURY’S will pay you 5p for every plastic bottle or drinks can that you recycle in store. The supermarket has launched its first reverse vending machine as part of a scheme that it plans to roll out to more stores this year. Customers put bottles of any size up to three litres and aluminium cans into the machine and it will print out a voucher that can be spent in store. Each item you recycle is worth 5p and you can return up to 500 items in any one go. If you recycle the maximum 500 bottles per transaction, then you will received a voucher worth £25. The idea behind the deposit return scheme is to reduce the impact of plastic bottles on the environment. Sainsbury’s hopes to roll out the machines to more stores over the next year It’s not the first store to trial a deposit return scheme. Iceland launched a trial in May last year and pays customers with vouchers worth 10p for every item recycled. Meanwhile Morrisons, which also began trialling the scheme in 2018, gives shoppers 100 “More” loyalty points worth £1 for every 20 bottles recycled – but you need to earn 5,000 points before you get a Morrisons voucher. Sainsbury’s machines only accept bottles and cans from brands that are sold in store, such as Sainsbury’s own-brands, Coca-Cola or Ribena, even if you bought it at a rival supermarket. But it won’t recycle items that it doesn’t sell, such as Tesco’s own-brand squash or Morrison’s own-brand cola. An eagle-eyed shopper spotted the reverse vending machine in the superstore in Tritton Road in Lincoln and posted it on the Facebook group Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK. [bc_video video_id=”5776621796001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”42 UK businesses sign up to WRAP’s ambitious UK Plastics Pact including Tesco, Pret, Lidl, Asda and Coca-Cola”] So far it’s the only branch that’s got one but a spokesperson told The Sun that it’s planning to roll out machines to four more stores over the next few weeks. It then hopes to expand the trial to even more supermarkets and convenience stores over the rest of the year – but it wouldn’t tell us which stores are next. Judith Batchelar, director of Sainsbury’s brand said: “We’re delighted to offer a new way to help our customers recycle while saving on their shop.” [article-rail-section title=”Most read in Money” posts_category=”344″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”recent” /] It’s the latest in a string of moves taken by the supermarket to get rid of non-reusable plastics in stores. Earlier this week, Sainsbury’s became the first supermarket to axe plastic bags completely in all stores, including those used for fresh fruit and vegetables. By September, shoppers will be able to bring their own bags or buy a re-usable bag made from recycled materials, removing 489 tonnes of plastic from being used. We pay for your stories! Do you have a story for The Sun Online Money team? Email us at money@the-sun.co.uk
07 Jun 19
The Scottish Sun
SAINSBURY’S will pay you 5p for every plastic bottle or drinks can that you recycle in store. The supermarket has launched its first reverse vending machine as part of a scheme that it plans to roll out to more stores this year. Customers put bottles of any size up to three litres and aluminium cans into the machine and it will print out a voucher that can be spent in store. Each item you recycle is worth 5p and you can return up to 500 items in any one go. If you recycle the maximum 500 bottles per transaction, then you will received a voucher worth £25. The idea behind the deposit return scheme is to reduce the impact of plastic bottles on the environment. Sainsbury’s hopes to roll out the machines to more stores over the next year It’s not the first store to trial a deposit return scheme. Iceland launched a trial in May last year and pays customers with vouchers worth 10p for every item recycled. Meanwhile Morrisons, which also began trialling the scheme in 2018, gives shoppers 100 “More” loyalty points worth £1 for every 20 bottles recycled – but you need to earn 5,000 points before you get a Morrisons voucher. Sainsbury’s machines only accept bottles and cans from brands that are sold in store, such as Sainsbury’s own-brands, Coca-Cola or Ribena, even if you bought it at a rival supermarket. But it won’t recycle items that it doesn’t sell, such as Tesco’s own-brand squash or Morrison’s own-brand cola. An eagle-eyed shopper spotted the reverse vending machine in the superstore in Tritton Road in Lincoln and posted it on the Facebook group Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK. [bc_video video_id=”5776621796001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”42 UK businesses sign up to WRAP’s ambitious UK Plastics Pact including Tesco, Pret, Lidl, Asda and Coca-Cola”] So far it’s the only branch that’s got one but a spokesperson told The Sun that it’s planning to roll out machines to four more stores over the next few weeks. It then hopes to expand the trial to even more supermarkets and convenience stores over the rest of the year – but it wouldn’t tell us which stores are next. Judith Batchelar, director of Sainsbury’s brand said: “We’re delighted to offer a new way to help our customers recycle while saving on their shop.” [article-rail-section title=”Most read in Money” posts_category=”34″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”recent” /] It’s the latest in a string of moves taken by the supermarket to get rid of non-reusable plastics in stores. Earlier this week, Sainsbury’s became the first supermarket to axe plastic bags completely in all stores, including those used for fresh fruit and vegetables. By September, shoppers will be able to bring their own bags or buy a re-usable bag made from recycled materials, removing 489 tonnes of plastic from being used. We pay for your stories! Do you have a story for The Sun Online Money team? Email us at money@the-sun.co.uk
04 Jun 19
Millfield Institute of Sport and Wellbeing

Introduction: Concussion incidence within youth rugby union can be as high as 14.7 concussions per 1000/hrs of exposure (Kirkwood, et al. 2015). Studies have evaluated targeted strength training protocols in adult sport to reduce concussion risk. There has been a lack of replication within youth sport. Studies that have investigated the relationships between neck strength […]

02 Jun 19
News Archives Uk

At a time where we are constantly on the subject of high street shopping and downturn of the high street, we thought we would have a look at how the county has fared so far this year. Even though Lincolnshire has seen its fair share of shops closing, we have had dozens of new shops, […]

31 May 19
Sound Books

Target has issued a recall for 90,000 of its Heyday Lightning cables after it received over a dozen reports of the cables smoking, sparking, or igniting, MacRumors reports. According to a recall notice issued by the United State Consumer Product Safety Commission, there have been two reports of people suffering finger burns from the cables, […]

31 May 19
News Archives Uk

The latest investment in Charmouth stores allowed the store to move to the latest Nisa Evolution fascia, in dark gray and yellow. The renovation included the installation of a new outdoor sign, an additional 1.25 meter cooler store and a refurbished tobacco area, as well as a new interior lining and creative signage to assist […]

30 May 19
Jamie's Job Search

Why did this article catch your attention? This article caught my attention because Elon Musk, Chief Executive Officer of Tesla has planned to cut a total of approximately 3,000 jobs from Telsa’s 45,000 worldwide employee base to reduce the cost of their electric cars. How would this affect the approximately 3,000 employees? The approximately 3,000 […]

28 May 19
Market Tamer

Investors had some big questions heading into Target‘s (NYSE: TGT) first-quarter earnings report. Management had raised expectations a few months ago with its predictions of robust sales growth, improving profitability, and increased market share in the brutally competitive retail sector. Target’s actual results were impressive on each of those metrics, putting the chain on track […]

28 May 19
Financhill

Investors had some big questions heading into Target‘s (NYSE: TGT) first-quarter earnings report. Management had raised expectations a few months ago with its predictions of robust sales growth, improving profitability, and increased market share in the brutally competitive retail sector. Target’s actual results were impressive on each of those metrics, putting the chain on track […]

25 May 19
Cherrydeck

Artistic expression has always been at home in Europe and this is why we want to show you how different we are in our Cherrydeck community. Here are 28 different artists from all EU member states.

22 May 19
Twin Cities
By Matthew Boyle Target Corp. surged the most in more than a decade as it equaled Walmart Inc.’s strong start to the year with its own solid first-quarter sales, blunting concerns for now over looming Chinese tariffs. Comparable sales rose 4.8%, beating analysts’ estimates, fueled by a 4.3% uptick in customer traffic as well as digital growth. The midpoint of the retailer’s second-quarter profit forecast was also above projections. The performance was “one of the best we’ve seen out of the team from Minneapolis in quite some time,” said Chuck Grom, an analyst at Gordon Haskett Research Advisors. “This is what the bulls have been waiting to see.” Target bucked the gloom from department-store competitors like Kohl’s Corp., J.C. Penney Co. and Nordstrom Inc., which posted sales declines Tuesday that rattled investors. U.S. retailers enjoyed brisk consumer spending last year, creating an environment that Target Chief Executive Officer Brian Cornell said was perhaps the strongest he’d seen in his career. The skies have darkened in 2019 — for some at least — and that turbulent environment will create distance between the retail haves and the have-nots. On a call with analysts Wednesday, Chief Financial Officer Cathy Smith said that Target’s comparable sales this quarter will be “somewhat slower” than the previous three months as the benefit from the closures of Toys “R” Us stores slows down, but said it’s still grabbing market share from rivals in key categories like toys and baby items. “Target is establishing itself as a retail survivor,” Simeon Gutman, an analyst at Morgan Stanley, said in a note. DIGITAL SALES Target’s shares jumped as much as 10% to $79.19 in New York Wednesday, the biggest intraday gain since December 2008, making it the top performer Wednesday in the benchmark S&P 500 Index. Web sales rose 42%, faster than the previous quarter’s pace. Target has expanded the ways shoppers can get their online orders fulfilled, from curbside pickup — now at 1,250 stores — to same-day home delivery. The more a retailer sells online, though, the more it crimps profitability. At Target, gross margins in the quarter narrowed slightly year-over-year due to higher fulfillment costs, but the company said it’s seeing strong growth in orders that are either picked up inside its 1,851 stores or at drive-up kiosks in its parking lots. Those methods cost less to process than home deliveries. “Digital remains the star of the show,” Neil Saunders, an analyst at GlobalData Retail, said in a note. Still, Target will be pressed to match recent moves by Walmart and Amazon.com Inc. to speed delivery on most orders to one day from two. Target said Wednesday that about 50% of all online orders are already delivered in one day. TARIFF IMPACT After a year in which they escaped mostly unharmed from U.S. President Donald Trump’s trade war with China, retailers are now sounding the alarm. Walmart’s finance chief said last week that the company would raise prices on some items because of tariffs, which prompted a call from Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin. Home Depot Inc., meanwhile, said Tuesday that product costs could rise by $1 billion a year, while Kohl’s partly blamed tariffs for a cut to its profit outlook. CEO Cornell said the tariffs could lead to higher prices for consumers and that the company is developing contingency plans to mitigate their impact. Target’s chief merchandising officer Mark Tritton and other executives were in Asia to talk to suppliers last week. Smith, the CFO, said that the recent increase in tariffs from 10% to 25% is already baked into the company’s guidance, but the proposed list of 25% tariffs on about $300 billion of additional Chinese goods isn’t. The new list of proposed tariffs, released last week, is full of items like clothing, home decor and toys that fill Target’s aisles. Target’s push to develop more exclusive store brands, which continued in the first quarter with lines like Everspring eco-friendly cleaning products, could increase the company’s reliance on Chinese manufacturers, according to Sanford C. Bernstein & Co. analyst Brandon Fletcher. – Connor Corvino contributed to this report.
22 May 19
Market Tamer

Image source: The Motley Fool. Target Corp (NYSE: TGT)Q1 2019 Earnings CallMay 22, 2019, 8:00 a.m. ET Contents: Prepared Remarks Questions and Answers Call Participants Prepared Remarks: Operator Ladies and gentlemen, thank you for standing by. Welcome to the Target Corporation First Quarter Earnings Release Conference Call. During the presentation, all participants will be in […]

22 May 19
Financhill

Image source: The Motley Fool. Target Corp (NYSE: TGT)Q1 2019 Earnings CallMay 22, 2019, 8:00 a.m. ET Contents: Prepared Remarks Questions and Answers Call Participants Prepared Remarks: Operator Ladies and gentlemen, thank you for standing by. Welcome to the Target Corporation First Quarter Earnings Release Conference Call. During the presentation, all participants will be in […]

22 May 19
APPARATUS

Target’s exclusive menswear imprint Goodfellow & Co has launched Goodfellow & Co Grooming. The lineup of grooming products is designed to match the label’s modern aesthetic.  Launching with more than 30 grooming products for beard, face, hair and body, each product is available for less than $16.99. Over a year’s worth of testing and research […]