Clarke grapples UK woes as Brasher exits Tesco
By Katy Askew | 16 March 2012
Tesco UK director Richard Brasher will leave the business later this year, having only taken on leadership of the supermarket group's UK arm 12 months ago. In a move that signals the emphasis that Tesco is placing on improving its UK performance, Brasher will be replaced by group CEO Philip Clarke. Katy Askew reports.
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