Retailing

Supermarket sales up, special offers down

Supermarket revenue during the first half of 2019 rose 3.4 percent compared to the same period last year.
Foodstuffs, especially frozen foods and snacks, accounted for most of that increase.
The quantity, or volume, of sales increased much less, as supermarket chains limited the number of special offers sold in order to boost profitability.

Maxima Bulgaria has Signed a Contract for 11 New Stores

Maxima Bulgaria, owned by Maxima Grupė, has submitted a notification to the Bulgarian Commission for Protection of Competition of entering into a long-term lease agreement regarding the rental of the stores from the local retail chain Triumph. The stores are situated in the city of Plovdiv, the second biggest city in the country.

IKEA branches out to Limassol

IKEA is reaching out to Limassol fans and beyond, with a new Planning Studio location now open in the southern town.
A Planning Studio operated by IKEA is now open in Limassol's Kato Polemidia borough, offering local customers a place where they can access products and services and place orders with help from staff.

Suzanne Eaton’s beautiful logic

Suzanne Eaton's murder on Crete has been on my mind and in my heart from the moment we learned that the missing American scientist with the lovely smile and penetrating gaze was the victim of a brutal, random crime. The perpetrator, a local 27-year-old man who came upon her as she was jogging on a country road near the conference that she was attending.

Eaton murder suspect to face investigating magistrate

The 27-year-old man who has allegedly admitted to the rape and murder of US biologist Suzanne Eaton on Crete was on Friday to appear before an investigating magistrate.

The man, whom police have identified as Yiannis Paraskakis, had been given a 48-hour extension to prepare his defense on Wednesday after his lawyer quit.

The court appointed him a new attorney.

Suspect in killing of American scientist to be charged with murder

A 27-year-old man who was detained as the prime suspect in the murder of American scientist Suzanne Eaton last week will be charged with murder, police authorities said on Tuesday during a joint press conference in Crete. 
Eaton's body was found near the settlement of Xamoudochori, in Hania, nearly a week after she was last seen by friends on July 2.

Pages