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Karl Albrecht, the reclusive German co-founder of Aldi, died last Wednesday (July 16) at the age of 94.
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Tesco chairman Sir Richard Broadbent is understood to be taking a more hands-on role in the day-to-day running of the grocer following the appointment of a new chief executive.
Tesco shareholders have expressed concern over outgoing boss Philip Clarke’s pay off.
Lidl has revealed the amount of corporation tax it pays in the UK for the first time. It paid “more than £25m” in 2013.
The British Fashion Council (BFC) is setting up shop on eBay to give up-and-coming fashion designers the opportunity to sell their wares.
Retail news round-up on July 23, 2014: Lidl paid ‘over £25m’ in tax, Made.com launches social network platform, Shareholders question Philip Clarke’s pay-off, and more.
Health is expected to be popular this Christmas as retailers forecast fitness-tracking technology and blenders to top wish lists.
Fashion retailer H&M opened the doors to its largest store in the world on Fifth Avenue, New York City last week.
Programmes such as Oxford Summer School help to foster and inspire retailers in an industry where talent is a business’s greatest resource.
Carrefour boss Georges Plassat has filled the grocer’s coffers over the past two years thanks to a rationalisation of its international assets, allied with improved performance in a number of markets.