What lies in store for leaderless Boots after its sale fail?

Boots sign on red brick wall

A day after Walgreens’ chief executive went on record to say Boots is no longer for sale, the high street giant’s chief executive, Seb James, called it quits. With doubts about its future ownership and no leadership replacement to steer the ship, Retail Week takes a look at what lies in store for the retailer. 

To the outside world Boots may have delivered its 13th consecutive quarter of market share growth, but behind closed doors the UK’s largest health and beauty retailer is going through some big changes. 


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