“The idea with this activity is to encourage Tesco customers to discover their perfect beer by introducing them to different styles and the food they perfectly pair with”
“We want suppliers who are partners. Negotiation will always be part of this business. Aggression will not. We want to work in a way that’s sustainable for our business and for our partners. That will mean a whole new way of working.”
Tim Stillwell’s Burrito Kitchen concession will open in Tesco’s Villiers Street store in London, next week
It is believed the move precedes management cuts, outgoing London MD to become Tesco Ireland’s new chief exec
Incident comes after Tesco offered chocolate prize in Diabetes UK raffle on Monday
Lawsuit claims Tesco’s announcement that it materially overstated its profits by £263m caused a permanent destruction of value to shareholders
Supermarket responds by saying ”occasional treats are fine” but will still find alternative prize
Senior independent director also to leave, replaced by Compass Group boss
Tesco will trial a new hot food to go concession in London next week, with a focus on British growers…
Tesco has taken back full ownership of 21 superstores from property giant British Land in an effort to head off future rental increases.
Lansley, who has worked at Tesco for 27 years, revealed in his blog he had chosen to take voluntary redundancy
The Tesco delisting is a further blow to a brand that has been hit particularly hard by ongoing pressures on the wrapped bread market
Aldi share at 5%, Lidl also posts 13.6% sales growth as discounters continue rise
Tesco will use a touchscreen system to fine drivers who use the car park without shopping in store
Tesco squares up to CCE as it pulls Schweppes lines Subscription
A dispute over prices between Tesco and Coca-Cola Enterprises has seen 25 soft drinks lines pulled from the supermarket’s shelves
Byron Grote will be joining the board as a non-executive director with effect from 1 May
Tesco gamble cost Warren Buffett $444m Subscription
Veteran investor Warren Buffett has admitted his “leisurely pace” when it came to selling off shares in Tesco cost his firm Berkshire Hathaway $444m.
Dave Lewis has told Tesco’s employees they “must speak up” if they suspect misconduct in its trading relationships with suppliers
Tesco’s former head of alcoholic drinks Dan Jago is returning to the business in March.
Tesco is axing hundreds of deputy manager positions and thousands of team manager positions in its stores…
The report by Bernstein claims that the UK’s biggest retailer is in the “recovery on track zone”
Two more supermarket own-label ranges have been embroiled in the almond contamination scandal – with Sainsbury’s and Tesco each recalling a Mexican meal kit.
Tesco has ended its search for Sir Richard Broadbent’s successor with the appointment of John Allan. Plus full-year results for Coke bottler Coca-Cola HBC and a new CEO for Carlsberg. And all the latest share price movements.
Supermarket says this is not compensation for abandoning sites, but part of commitment to charity
The process of finding a new Tesco chairman looks far less like the coronation it seemed two weeks ago, with observers now picking late entrant Archie Norman as favourite for the post.
In this specially extended web version, Adam Leyland talks to Dave Lewis about his first months in the job, and what’s next for Britain’s biggest supermarket
What now, Tescopoly? Subscription
With the supermarket chain in contraction as sales slide, is the work of the vociferous pressure group now done?…
Despite speculation and excitement over new Tesco chairman, it’s Lewis who’ll take responsibility
Shares in Tesco and Morrisons shot up this week after data showed the beleaguered supermarkets enjoying significantly impr…
The Tesco financial reporting misdemeanours have had fascinating repercussions…
Tesco is seeing the twin benefits of a focus on price as well as availability (improved as a result of reduction…
Under fire from new challengers like Aldi and Lidl, such gold plated pensions are simply too expensive to offer for retailers to offer in the current market.
Is Tesco really a national disgrace? Subscription
Much hand-wringing has occurred at Tesco’s closures and abandonments, but can the supermarket fairly be blamed?
In September 2011, then Tesco UK boss Richard Brasher announced a £500m onslaught against its rivals, which he claimed…
With the festive five, Tesco started on a journey to prove less is more…
Is this the end of Tesco's store closures? Subscription
What Goldman Sachs called “capacity exit” has come to pass, but the question remains, has Tesco done enough?
Tesco’s decision to beef up its in-house corporate finance is as clear an indication as any that the restructuring job at the under-pressure supermarket is far from over.