The company was facing compensation claims from thousands of former and current employees over the security incident
Morrisons tells Supreme Court that it should not be held vicariously liable for payroll data leak by senior IT internal auditor Andrew Skelton
More than 5,000 Morrisons staff are seeking compensation over the March 2014 data breach, caused by a disgruntled auditor
Fire that broke out on Tuesday night at the 22,300 square metre warehouse was believed to have been contained
Company vicariously liable for leak of payroll data of 100,000 staff in 2014 by internal auditor Andrew Skelton, Court of Appeal rules
Ocado's technology business starting to gain traction with third major customer signing-up
What can other companies learn from the class-action lawsuit facing Morrisons?
The supermarket has been found culpable for the actions of a rogue employee, in a new landmark ruling
Tesco, Sainsbury's and Morrisons all considering electronic shelf-edge pricing - but not for implementing 'surge pricing'
Retail industry consultant criticises press reports of supermarkets introducing 'surge pricing' as 'fake news'
Jeff Bezos opens Amazon's purse to make major bricks-and-mortar retail supermarket acquisition
Rumoured acquisition of Slack will have to wait
Robot arm intended to speed-up picking and packing of warehouse products
David Sharp explains what makes the robot workforce in the online delivery firm's new warehouses tick
Barsby will take over from Dan Beecham, who is returning to Australia
Rumours mount of overdue deal for Ocado Smart Platform with US supermarket chain Publix
Morrisons now has deals with both Amazon and Ocado
Where there's a blame, there's a claim
Apigee's API platform has helped Morrisons launch its Match & More loyalty programme
Top 10 IT news stories of the week: Hitting Belgacom while it's down, and could Universal Credit be in a worse state than realised?
Candid interviews dominate the top 10: David Davis MP, Belgacom's Fabrice Clement and a job centre whistleblower
For Tesco, Sainsbury's, Homebase, Morrisons and others, the information revolution wrought by the internet has only just begun
Falling sales and closures at major retailers aren't just down to competition from online rivals, discounters or 'austerity' - it's the information revolution wrought by the internet that is exposing retailers' dirty marketing secrets
Exclusive deal with Morrisons precedes migration to the cloud and expansion
Insider apprehended over the theft and publishing online of payroll data of 100,000 staff
Morrisons promises that "no colleague will be left financially disadvantaged"
Deliveries to begin in the Midlands on 10 January - half of UK to be covered by 2015