Spiralisers that cut courgettes and carrots into spaghetti shapes hit the UK last year and have been tipped as the hottest new kitchen gadgets
The total, which is dependent on performance, would be over five times his annual salary
The Grocer can reveal the supermarket giant is to promise a 5% year-on-year, open-ended reduction in sugar across its soft drinks range
The stores will close on 27 June, and a consultation process hopes to find new roles for those affected
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Tesco’s decision to axe PwC as its auditor after 32 years gets plenty of column inches in today’s papers.
The retailer said following the conclusion of a formal tender process Deloitte would take over auditing duties
Lewis broke with tradition from previous years for the event, held at Wembley last week, by providing the keynote address and holding an extended networking session with his entire UK management team and suppliers
Irwin’s will supply more than a million packs of Joeys to Tesco annually and the listing of the two lines increase the Co Armagh bakery’s annual business with Tesco by 10%
Tesco has knocked back a £4bn for its South Korean business, according to weekend reports.
Shoppers on Tesco Direct can order home delivery or free click & collect items in store, including official Rugby World Cup sports clothing and equipment
Cott Beverages ditched as Tesco carries out consolidation play devised by CEO Dave Lewis
Tesco staff are to get rewards of up to 5% of their annual income if they help CEO Dave Lewis meet his targets for recovery
Michelle McEttrick, who has been appointed group brand director, is a former director of BBH, the advertising agency brought in by Lewis in January
Announcing a £6.4bn loss, the largest in retail history, Lewis said he was encouraged by a reversal in the fortunes of its Extra stores
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Lewis claims the stores are now “worth the trip again” and “not the dinosaurs that people made them out to be”
Manager presses for reassurance over pension plans
However Tesco said its trading profits were in line with expectations at £1.4bn, while UK like-for-like sales volumes rose for first time in over four years
Reactions are coming in thick and fast to Tesco’s record losses
With all the bad news coming out at once, the City’s reaction seems to suggest that Tesco’s future is brighter, a notion backed up by the first like-for-like sales volumes rise in over four years
Tesco says it is working “as hard as possible” to restore services to thousands of broadband customers who have been without a connection for a large part of today
Analysts expect good news as well as bad in Wednesday’s results
John Allan warns major businesses will move overseas if faced with uncertainty
An official consultation process between Tesco and Usdaw began today and will run for a minimum of 90 days
Lewis has consistently said Tesco’s business has become too distracted from its core priorities but scrapping the Wheel is a bold move
Tesco has bought up the remaining slice of the Euphorium Bakery business, despite reports that it planned to scrap the venture.
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