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RW Grocery July 2013

Digital edition: Retail Week Grocery - July 2013

Read Retail Week PayPal Grocery supplement as a fully digital edition.

Terry Leahy

There is still room in the UK for the four big grocers, says Sir Terry Leahy

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

Co-op drafts in finance chief and reveals new heads of IT and communications

The Co-operative Group has confirmed that it has hired a new chief financial officer, but cannot reveal their name due to confidentiality clauses.

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Infographic: John Lewis reports strong sales, while Waitrose lags

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, Stratford Upon Avon

Aldi's brand value surges 11% as it surpasses Tesco

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.

Retail Week\'s Breakfast Briefing

Breakfast Briefing: Retail news on Tesco, B&Q and Carphone Warehouse

Retail news round-up on February 27, 2015: Tesco left with just one woman on the board, B&Q accused of pay-to-stay threats and Carphone Warehouse Ireland back in black

Morrisons has announced David Potts as its chief executive – will the former Tesco Asia boss be able to turn the struggling grocer around?

Comment: Morrisons’ David Potts must combine best of old school and the new

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 with strong foundations for future prosperity.

International analysis: Walmart wakes up to a new retail reality

Slowly but surely, the world’s largest retailer is waking up to a new retail reality and is building strong foundations for future prosperity.

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