Sainsbury


Managing through uncertain times

10/01/19 -"Negative lfl is not a surprise but the magnitude of the slump surely is. There seems to be no short-term solution to turnaround the performance of the non-food business, which puts Sainsbury’s at a ..."

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10/01/19
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