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Tesco PLC (Tesco) is a retail company. The Company is engaged in the business of Retailing and associated activities (Retail) and Retail banking and insurance services. The Company's segments include UK & ROI, which includes the United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland; Central Europe, which includes Czech Republic, Hungary, Slovakia, and Tesco Bank, which includes retail banking and insurance services through Tesco Bank in the United Kingdom. The Company's businesses include Tesco UK, Tesco Czech Republic, Tesco Hungary, Tesco Ireland, Tesco Slovakia, Tesco Bank and dunnhumby. The Company offers a range of personal banking products and services that include credit card receivables, personal current accounts and personal loans.
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John Murray Allan
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Chief Executive - Tesco Bank
Chief Executive Officer, Central Europe
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Amazon UK said on Friday it had appointed Tesco veteran Tony Hoggett to run its physical stores.
Tesco's chief strategy and innovation director Tony Hoggett is to leave Britain's biggest retailer after an over 31-year career with the group.
Tesco, Britain's biggest retailer, reported a sharp slowdown in underlying UK sales growth in its first quarter, reflecting a tough comparison with the same quarter last year when the country was in the grip of its first COVID-19 lockdown.
French supermarket group Carrefour and its British peer Tesco said on Monday they would not extend a purchasing alliance heralded originally as a potential way to trim costs.
Britain's Pret A Manger plans to open its sandwich and coffee shops within Tesco stores as it re-invents its business model after the coronavirus pandemic, which hammered its sales.
* Shares fall 3% (Adds analyst reaction, further CEO comments)
Tesco, Britain's biggest supermarket chain, committed to increase its sales of healthy food to 65% of total sales by 2025 following pressure from some shareholders to set targets.
Shareholders in Tesco, Britain's biggest retailer, on Thursday approved the payment of a 5 billion pound ($6.9 billion) special dividend following last year's disposal of its Asian business.
* Tesco says it works hard to help customers make healthy choices
* FD Johnny Mason to be succeeded by Tesco's Bruce Marsh (Adds detail, CEO comments, shares)
Tesco, Britain's biggest retailer, on Thursday followed rivals in reporting buoyant Christmas trading, as pandemic restrictions meant people splashed out on celebrations at home.
Tesco, Asda, Aldi and Waitrose will not let shoppers into their stores if they are not wearing a face covering, the British supermarket groups said on Tuesday, joining rivals Sainsbury's and Morrisons which made the policy change a day earlier.
Tesco and Pizza Hut were the two biggest offenders among 139 employers who failed to pay staff the minimum wage between 2016 and 2018, Britain's government announced on Friday after it resumed a policy of publicly naming firms that broke rules.
* Tesco shares up 1.3% (Adds detail, analyst comment, updates shares)
The boss of Tesco, Britain's biggest retailer, said a decision to waive government business rates relief during the pandemic was "disconnected" to plans to pay a special dividend once a deal to sell its Asian business is completed.
Tesco, Britain's biggest supermarket, called on the British government to give greater clarity about how it will move goods across borders after Brexit, saying it will be the biggest challenge come Jan. 1.
British supermarket group Sainsbury's has followed market leader Tesco and Morrisons in deciding to forgo business rates relief on its stores during the COVID-19 pandemic.
British supermarket group Morrisons on Wednesday joined market leader Tesco in deciding to pay government business rates for the period of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Tesco, Britain's biggest retailer, said on Wednesday it will repay 585 million pounds ($785 million) of COVID-19 pandemic business rates relief it received from the government as some of the risks of the crisis were behind it.
Tesco, Britain's biggest retailer, will repay the British government and devolved administrations 585 million pounds ($785 million) of COVID-19 pandemic business rates relief, it said on Wednesday.
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