4-75-201 through 4-75-211, Wal-Mart was found to be illegally selling at loss leader
Alcohol is in real terms, much cheaper than it was two decades ago and some supermarkets seem intent on using it as a loss leader
They do this as a loss leader
to get people into the store but pubs cannot compete because we depend on sales of beer for our livelihood, so it cannot be a loss leader
Using potatoes as a loss leader
and reducing their price strips value out of the supply chain, analysts and potato industry leaders have warned retailers.
Why should they get away with selling it as a loss leader
to entice the gullible into their shops?
Shops do not sell alcohol as a loss leader
, they profit on sales of it.
The Pops could be seen as a loss leader
, bringing far more money into the city than the cost of support
As a result, they stand to see significant time and cost savings--a welcome development in a line of business that, for years, was considered a loss leader
in the property/casualty segment.
Lefcourt says, ``When you're about to mourn the fact that TV's given up, 'Arrested Development' stays on the air, almost to make a point - it's like a loss leader
Dairy farmers have long complained that big chains use milk as a loss leader
There was a steady erosion of mom-and-pop stores -- about 1,000 of them went bankrupt in 1995 alone; anyone who didn't use music as a loss leader
was getting killed.
The free ISP model is regarded as a loss leader
marketing tool by many of the larger operators, a method to steer subscribers into e-commerce sites.