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Aneliese Whittaker complained range stereotyped people who wear spectacles

Tesco Bank, which offers insurance, credit cards and savings products, was set to offer a current account this year but the release was put back to allow it to take advantage of new rules making it easier for customers to switch,

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Tesco has announced a £25 million annual deal with beef and pork farmers, promising them better prices and longer contracts.

Grameen was founded in Bangladesh in the 1980s

'Village' bank arrives with help from Tesco

The global micro-finance phenomenon known as Grameen will arrive in Scotland early next year. Its aim is simple: to offer financial support for aspiring entrepreneurs in deprived areas.

“This gives consumers instant recognition of health risks and lets them make clear choices”

Tesco relents to give healthy food labelling system the green light

Victory for health campaigners as supermarkets inform shoppers of nutritional values

Competition in the mortgage market increased further today as Tesco Bank slashed its rates and launched a deal at below 2%.

The cheapest mortgage in Britain: Tesco launches 1.99% mortgage - but you need a hefty 40% deposit

Tesco will today launch Britain’s cheapest mortgage, slashing its rates to as low as 1.99 per cent and effectively starting a price war in the mortgage market.

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Troubles mount in Tesco's key international markets

Tesco revealed the extent of the fires burning across much of its international retail empire yesterday, as the grocery giant posted its first fall in profits for nearly 20 years.

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Problems mount overseas for Tesco as it posts first profit fall in nearly 20 years

Tesco revealed the scale of the fires burning across much of its international retail empire yesterday, as the grocery giant posted its first fall in profits for nearly 20 years.

Tesco's Brasher set for Africa move

Richard Brasher, the former UK chief executive of Tesco, is on the verge of taking a senior role at a major retailer in South Africa.

Tesco Bank, which offers insurance, credit cards and savings products, was set to offer a current account this year but the release was put back to allow it to take advantage of new rules making it easier for customers to switch,

Tesco to reveal fall in profits

Supermarket giant Tesco will unveil its first fall in profits for nearly 20 years tomorrow as weaker international sales add to its floundering UK performance.

Tesco stacks up another loss at Fresh & Easy ...

... but chief executive will point to better figures for UK sales

Tesco could face hefty fine after dawn raid by UK Border Agency finds it had been employing foreign students illegally

The grocery giant Tesco is facing a hefty fine after a dawn raid by the UK Border Agency found it had been employing foreign students illegally.

Shop worker Farrakh Nizzar jailed for £1m lottery scam bid

A shop worker has been jailed for 30 months for trying to claim a winning £1 million lottery ticket belonging to a pensioner couple.

Tesco and Asda deny claims that own-brand bottled water is in fact tap water

Two supermarkets have denied claims that the economy-price own-brand bottled water they sell is in fact tap water.

Tesco sales pick up after revamp

There were signs that Tesco's recovery plan was beginning to gain traction today after industry figures indicated an improving performance.

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