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Tesco chief executive Philip Clarke said he is determined to see through the turnaround of Tesco and vowed the grocer will emerge as a leader once again.
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Good weather and rising consumer confidence should help DIY shopping locations to shine over the Easter bank holiday weekend.
The Co-op group continues to struggle, and rather than acting as one of the big boys, it must take a stance which greater reflects that set out by the Rochdale Pioneers 170 years ago.
It is a good time to think about the strength and simplicity of your offer, and resist the urge to churn and change rather than evolve.
With the European Parliamentary elections looming, it is important to realise the value of Britain’s involvement in EU policy decisions.
The pressures facing retailers continue to increase, with an emerging and increasingly polarised set of players.
The civil war at the Co-op is a tragedy, many believe. Perhaps a better word would be disgrace.
The time when all of our high streets looked the same may be at an end, but there are still some die-hards.
House of Fraser will undoubtedly be thrilled at finally tying up the deal with Sanpower which hands it a prime opportunity to conquer China.
Last week the Co-operative Group came under the spotlight again as Lord Myners, the man brought in to reform the businesses, resigned.
The recent flooding claimed its first retail scalp last week when home furnishings chain Paul Simon filed for administration.