John Lewis sales and profits rise as it grabs market share

John Lewis sales and profits rise as it grabs market share

John Lewis department stores generated a 5.1% increase in first-half like-for-like sales and profits rose 9.9% as it stole market share from rivals. Profits at grocery stablemate Waitrose surged almost 13%, parent John Lewis Partnership’s interims showed.

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