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Tesco chairman Sir Richard Broadbent has emailed staff explaining his exit was evidence that “Tesco is fundamentally a company of principles”.
Pets at Home has posted first-half like-for-like sales growth of 4.2% as its loyalty scheme and vets’ practices performed well.
Sales at John Lewis were “mixed” last week as a strong performance in the home category was offset by the impact of mild weather on apparel.
Kiddicare’s new owner, etail group Worldstores, has unveiled the retailer’s plan to grab shares in the embattled maternity sector.
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Tesco boss Dave Lewis faced the City for the first time today when he unveiled the retailer’s interims and conclusion into the accounting scandal.
Tesco boss Dave Lewis has said the accounting scandal was a “body blow” to the business and said the grocer needs to “re-energise”.
Tesco would do very well to remember that market share should not be seen as an objective – it should be viewed as an outcome.
Following Tesco’s accounting scandal chief executive Dave Lewis must not lose sight of the struggling retailer’s long-term strategy.