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Iceland boss Malcolm Walker joked this week he had been guilty of skiving after four years of stellar growth, but declared his eyes were firmly back on the prize with plans to buy back his business. Walker's admission came at the...
Iceland boss Malcolm Walker has been attacked by the Forum for Private Business over comments he made about the new grocery code of conduct designed to protect farmers and supermarket suppliers.
Brakes has attempted to buy its rival DBC Foodservice but been told the company is not for sale, The Grocer can reveal. Iceland boss Malcolm Walker, one of the main shareholders of DBC, confirmed Brakes had made an approach in the past...
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