A new compensation system has placed a huge strain on the shoulders of those who sell hearing aids. In the past year, 250 people have lost their job.
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Agrifirm, AgruniekRijnvallei and De Ijsvogel Holding have decided to split the Boerenbond and Welkoop chains, which had previously been run through Agri Retail.
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Shopping nights are losing their popularity in inner-cities with a reported 30 % drop in the last three years.
Compared to the autumn of 2013, a whole lot more Europeans have faith in the economic future. Belgians and particularly the Dutch people have faith, despite a need for caution.
Supermarket chain HEMA has dropped back into a loss this past year (- 16.4 million euro), when it managed a 5.8 million euro profit the year before.
Unizo believes the fact that the Red Devils will go the world championship football in Brazil can result in 35 million euro of additional turnover for supermarkets.
Credit card payments will not reach retailers' bank accounts faster on weekends or holidays at the moment. A faster solution is not possible, according to Dijsselbloem.
The Docks Brussels construction has officially started and the hope is that the entire operation has finished by May 2016.
Garden centre Intratuin will no longer sell glyphosate-based products as it believes there are plenty more alternatives.
Antwerp retailers in the inner-city can now officially open their stores on Sunday, as the decision has been published in the Staatsblad.
Gregg Steinhafel, Target's CEO, has resigned after hackers had stolen the financial data of several tens of million customers of American second largest department store chain.
CEO Horst Norberg has left electronics chain Media-Saturn immediately after yet another argument with minority shareholder (and founder) Erich Kellerhals sealed his fate.
A study from the NSZ (Neutraal Syndicaat voor Zelfstandigen - a group representing entrepreneurs) has shown that an increasing number of consumer asks for discounts in stores.
Some 60 % of the Flemish citizens wants to be able to shop on Sunday, despite huge resistance from store personnel and labour unions.
Koninklijke Notariële Beroepsorganisatie has taken HEMA's notary service to court to see whether it complies with the rules.
Book store Donner has managed to avoid bankruptcy thanks to crowd funding, as more than 250,000 euro was gathered to save the shop.