By Catalogue e-business | Publication date: 15/04/2008 | Category:
Tesco has met analysts’ forecast and posted a profit rise of 11.8 percent. The supermarket made £2.85 billion in 2007 reports the BBC. Following on from today`s announcement The Telegraph publishes a history of Tesco which charts its progression from a groceries stall in the East End of London to the retailing giant it is today.
Organic food delivery company Abel & Cole and retailer/cataloguer of organic body care products Neal’s Yard Remedies have been recognised at the Soil Association’s Organic Awards 2008. For Abel & Cole this is the second year running it has received this award.
Department store Debenhams has unveiled a drop in interim profits and a negative like-for-like sales figures reports FT.com. However, Citywire.co.uk puts a positive spin on the story announcing that Debenhams’s share price was rising, buoyed by strong growth in its online business.
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