How Clarke was ousted from Tesco

Cancelled parties and talk of ‘enormous relief’ mark handover

Premier focuses on a second-half turnround

Food company cheers investors by sticking to profit forecasts

McColl’s sales grow after IPO

Convenience store chain’s expansion fuelled by flotation

Cath Kidston sells stake to fund Asian push

Target of 100 shops selling designer’s chintzy prints eyed in China

Tesco’s investors yet to feel the love

Shares might not outperform for quite a while following CEO change

Dave Lewis, president of personal care at Unilever

Tesco bows to City and loses CEO

Clarke to be replaced by chain’s first outsider head

Karl Albrecht, Aldi co-founder

Low-cost model spawned one of world’s largest retailing operations

Lewis’s first task is to ensure price is right

Incoming boss will also have to make Tesco loved again by customers

Michael Kowalski, CEO of Tiffany's photographed at their headquarters in NYC on September 7, 2011 for Financial Times

Tiffany chief Michael Kowalski steps aside

US luxury jeweller appoints Frederic Cumenal to top job

Tesco taps brains behind Dove ads

Lewis was responsible for brands such as Lynx and Tresemmé

Tesco: Clarke, not Superman

Philip Clarke’s replacement has never run a food retailer

A stepping stone links Tesco and Man Utd

It may take one leader to start the turnround and a second to pursue the new course

Basket of problems awaits new Tesco chief

Tesco tops FTSE 100 after chief quits

Profit warning from supermarket hits shares of rivals

Clarke failed to build on Leahy legacy

Tesco chief struggled to tackle poor UK sales and cost of US push

Sterling’s strength dents UK dividends

One of the slowest growth rates for payouts in past three years

Fraspens to raise £4m with Aim float

Listing to aid group’s plan to capture more domestic market share

KKR poised to acquire stake in The Hut

Consortium led by private equity group to pay £100m for 20%

Britain risks a ‘supply chain crisis’

Lack of transparency leads to risk of slave labour

Amazon: murky waters

Amazon finds new way to sell books, but is sticking with old-style financial reporting

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