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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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Luxury brand Mulberry has issued another profit warning after incurring charges on stores and the departure of its chief executive.
TV shopping channel Sit-Up, which operates Price Drop and Bid TV, has collapsed into administration jusy a month after it secured a CVA.
Tesco’s group trading profit plunged 6% to £3.3bn last year and boss Philip Clarke warned that the trading environment is changing rapidly.
Burberry retail like-for-likes jumped 12% in its second half but the retailer sounded caution over the impact of exchange rates on profits.
Department store House of Fraser’s full year adjusted EBITDA rose 8.3% to £60.2m driven by own brand and online.
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As the Co-operative’s interim boss Richard Pennycook unveiled of The Co-operative’s catastrophic £2.5bn loss he took the opportunity to urge boardroom reform at the beleaguered mutual.
Thanks to the Japanese principle of Kaizen, etail giant Amazon sets the bar in delivery at its Hemel Hempstead fulfilment centre.
With the European Parliamentary elections looming, it is important to realise the value of Britain’s involvement in EU policy decisions.
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.