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Former Tesco chief executive Sir Terry Leahy said he still believes there is room in the UK grocery market for the big four supermarkets.
The Co-operative Group has confirmed that it has hired a new chief financial officer, but cannot reveal their name due to confidentiality clauses.
Department store retailer John Lewis recorded an increase in sales in the week to February 21, with a strong performance from home and fashion.
Aldi’s brand value rose 11% to £9.2bn in the past year, making it more valuable than Tesco whose brand value plummeted by £3.6bn this year.
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The Tesco hypermarket in Letnany, near Prague, shows that this is a retailer in which the spirit of experiment and innovation is thriving.
Morrisons chairman Andrew Higginson said the grocer will not become a “mini-Tesco” following the appointment of David Potts as its new chief executive.
Morrisons has announced David Potts as its chief executive – will the former Tesco Asia boss be able to turn the struggling grocer around?
Slowly but surely, the world’s largest retailer is waking up to a new retail reality and is building strong foundations for future prosperity.