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Tesco's chief executive Philip Clarke turns down £372,000 bonus payment

Philip Clarke, the chief executive of Tesco, has decided not to take a bonus this year after the grocery giant's issued its first profit warning in 20 years at the start of the year.

Tesco boss Philip Clarke shuns bonus amid results

Supermarket boss Philip Clarke took responsibility for Tesco's dismal UK trading today by spurning his annual bonus worth £372,000.

Asda lifts market shareas sales pick up

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Sainsbury's profits increase 7.1%

Sainsbury's signalled an end to the supermarket "space race" today when it revealed it would scale back expansion this year.

Solear Manzanilla, Barbadillo, £4.99, half-bottle, Waitrose, Tesco.com

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Sophie Heawood: The baby's screams say it all - we'd much rather be in another supermarket

My friend Wyndham – yes! He's a posho! – went on his inaugural visit to Tesco the other day and came back complaining that he didn't like it, horrible place, why would anyone in their right mind shop there, etc. After I sat him down and patiently explained that we can't all afford Fortnum's, dear, he said he vastly preferred Lidl.

James Moore: Tesco critics must be mad to say it's in a real crisis

The supermarket that ate Britain is still suffering from indigestion. Tesco's doubters had plenty to get their teeth into yesterday. Fresh & Easy? The US West Coast chain that was supposed to be the gateway into the world's biggest market still looks rotten and it's hard to be sure when it might break even.

James Moore: Tesco certainly has issues, but critics must be mad to say it's in a real crisis

Outlook The supermarket that ate Britain is still suffering from indigestion. Tesco's doubters had plenty to get their teeth into yesterday. Fresh & Easy? The US West Coast chain that was supposed to be the gateway into the world's biggest market still looks rotten and it's hard to be sure when it might break even.

Tesco plans £1bn revitalisation

Supermarket giant Tesco is to pump £1 billion into revitalising its business after conceding its UK stores were jaded and under-staffed.

Dairy Crest plants closures leave 500 jobs at risk

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