What next for Morrisons?
Morrisons said today (19 November) that its third-quarter like-for-like sales growth had slowed. The news, coming hot on the heels of CEO Marc Bolland's announcement that he is moving to Marks and Spencer, could be seen as a further blow for the UK supermarket chain. However, it could also be a sign that it is time for a fresh face at the top, someone who will address the longer-term strategic questions of expanding into non-food and online. Katy Humphries reports.
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