User: rohan Topic: Foreign Direct Investment in Retail
Category: Big Box Retailers :: Tesco
Last updated: Feb 20 2017 02:28 IST RSS 2.0
 
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Government mulls proposal to free up retail FDI policy but only for India-made goods 20.2.2017 ET: Policy
The policy under consideration applies to both offline and online retail and would remove restrictions on companies such as Walmart, Tesco, Amazon and others.
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Resurgent Tesco surprises with $4.6 bln swoop for wholesaler Booker 28.1.2017 Sify Finance
By James Davey and Sarah Young
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Resurgent Tesco surprises with $4.6 billion swoop for wholesaler Booker 27.1.2017 Sify Finance
By James Davey and Sarah Young
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European shares lower as UBS weighs on banks; Tesco surges 27.1.2017 News
Booker shares hit a record high and were the top gainer, up more than 15 percent
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Resurgent Tesco surprises with $4.6 billion swoop for wholesaler Booker 27.1.2017 News
This deal reasserted its dominance in food with a bold move into the faster-growing catering market
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Tesco Bengaluru announces changes to performance management review system 24.1.2017 ET: IETS
With effect from May 1 this year, the company is adopting a simpler, predictable and consistent model of assessment for its colleagues that encourages everyday conversations leading to improved performance.
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Why Australian supermarkets continue to look to the UK for leadership 22.1.2017 Latest News
Woolworths' move into smaller format stores, replicates recent British supermarket strategies
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European shares down as financials weigh, FTSE hits new record 10.1.2017 Sify Finance
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Ratan's half-brother Noel a contender for top job at Tata Sons: All you need to know about him 30.11.2016 News
Like Tata and Mistry, Noel also prefers to keep a low profile and is rarely seen in public
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'Even Kishore Biyani and Reliance are interested in food retail with FDI' 30.11.2016 Rediff: Interviews
Not just Tesco, Auchan, Walmart, even Biyani & Reliance keen on food FDI: Harsimrat Kaur Badal
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Not just Tesco, Auchan, Walmart, even Biyani & Reliance keen on food FDI: Harsimrat Kaur Badal 23.11.2016 All Economy & Policy Stories
Interview with food processing minister Harsimrat Kaur Badal
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Tesco Bengaluru overhauls policy; extends maternity leave to 22 weeks 15.11.2016 ET: Jobs
The company’s initiative to alter its existing policy is aimed at ensuring wellness for both mother and child, leading to a healthy and productive work.
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Tesco recovery gains pace with fastest sales growth in 3 years 15.11.2016 Sify Finance
By James Davey
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Future Group forays into cash and carry with UK's Booker Group 15.11.2016 All Companies Stories
The company, with a stated goal of Rs 1 lakh crore in annual turnover by 2021, made this announcement in a BSE filing
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Future forays into cash & carry with UK's Booker Group 14.11.2016 News
The company, with a stated goal of Rs 1 lakh crore in annual turnover by 2021, made this announcement in a BSE filing
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Tesco Bengaluru bets on agile market push 12.11.2016 deccanherald.com
Tesco Bengaluru has bet big on the agile model of practices in software development, in a bid to help the UK-headquartered retail giant's global operations become more seamless and customer-centric. Tesco Bengaluru supports technology and business operations for a $67-billion business, with over 6,800 stores that serves 60 million customers worldwide. The cross-disciplinary team creates solutions to help make everyone's job easier, and serve customers better across markets, carrying a combination of a strong retail domain, a culture of innovation, and a global work environment. Talking to DH, Tesco Bengaluru Senior Manager (Technology Skills Transformation) Ranan Bhattacharya said, "In 2014, the technology teams at Tesco Bengaluru decided to bring in Agile and DevOps practices in its working — making it an agile-led product development team. Prior to this, it would take us longer to deliver value to the client, leading to time and money wastage. The intention was to make our entire product ...
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How Trent came from behind to win the retail game 10.11.2016 Rediff: Business
The reason for Trent's success is rooted in its slow and steady approach to expansion. Unlike others, Trent, led by Noel Tata, ensured that each store was profitable before it went on to the next, says Raghavendra Kamath.
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How Trent came from behind to win the retail game 9.11.2016 All Specials Stories
The joint venture with UK's Tesco has lent Tata group's retail venture an edge in terms of operational efficiency and reduced its capital requirement
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UK's Sainsbury's sees tougher end to year after first half profit falls 9.11.2016 Sify Finance
By James Davey
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How D-Mart battled the giants 3.10.2016 Features
The chain has managed to keep online and offline challengers at bay, staying in the black even as other big groups have faltered
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