News Tesco has removed a line of clothing featuring pictures of animals wearing glasses with the words 'nerd' and 'geek' underneath

Aneliese Whittaker complained range stereotyped people who wear spectacles

Tesco sees turnaround in its UK business

Tesco grew its core grocery sales significantly ahead of Sainsbury's, Asda and Morrisons in the run-up to Christmas, in the latest sign of a turnaround in its UK business.

Marks and Spencer sales slated to fall as rivals' rise

Crunch day for high street as giants reveal festive fortunes

Tesco 'turns corner' after woeful year

Supermarket giant set to appoint long-serving executive as new head of its UK operation as it seeks to put the setbacks of 2012 behind it

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Why does Tesco work in the UK but not in the United States?

It's dominated the UK market for more than a decade, but this week finally admitted defeat across the Atlantic. Tim Walker visits his local Fresh & Easy in Los Angeles to find out why Tesco failed to crack America

Investment View: Tesco lost US revolution but will live to fight again

Even though it is pumping money into its UK stores, Tesco is still more profitable than both its main quoted UK rivals

Tesco eyes an exit from US as it axes Fresh & Easy boss

Tim Mason, the chief executive of Tesco's US business, has paid the price for losses of £850m over five years at its troubled Fresh & Easy operation, as the group admitted it was "likely" to exit America.

Simon English: Calamity that proved Tesco wasn't led by retail geniuses after all

Outlook It's easy and far from appealing to be wise after the event, but in the case of Tesco's belated admission that its American adventure is a failure, hindsight wasn't really needed.

Tesco eyes an exit from US as it axes Fresh & Easy boss

Supermarket giant loses £850m in five years in America and UK sales slip back again

US failure costs Tesco £1 billion as store calls time on American venture

Tesco's bid to take on Wal-Mart in its own back yard was consigned to embarrassing and costly failure today, with the supermarket giant £1 billion poorer than before the launch of Fresh & Easy in 2007.

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Every little goes a long way… Tesco Magazine overtakes The Sun to become Britain’s most-read print publication

As it awaits censure from the Leveson inquiry, the tabloid press suffered a new ignominy as the coveted title of Britain’s most-read print product was claimed by the supermarket brand with the catchphrase: “Every little helps”.

Tesco's woes continue as director leaves

Tesco's management shake-up is continuing, as the supermarket giant's group strategy director has become the latest to leave his post.

Sainsbury's call for action on jobs as profits jump 5.4% mostly sdf sadfsdgfhsdgfh

The chief executive of Sainsbury's has urged the Chancellor to reduce the burden of National Insurance (NI) to help boost job creation and the economic recovery.

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