Tesco moves for Booker, Carrefour CEO speculation, Wal-Mart & Amazon US job creation – retail round-up, January 2017
January saw the shock announcement UK retailer Tesco wants to acquire the country's largest wholesaler, Booker, in a deal that looks set to ruffle feathers in the sector. Carrefour investors speculated over who could be next to head-up the world's second largest retailer. Meanwhile, in the US, retail giants Wal-Mart and Amazon announced job creation plans. Here are some of the highlights from the retail sector over the past month.
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