Carrefour faces troubled waters as shareholder dissatisfaction mounts - COMMENT
In a tumultuous week for Europe's largest retailer, robust full year results failed to mask internal rumblings at Carrefour. On Thursday (8 March) the French retail group posted a 3.3% rise in profits, excluding exceptional items, just one day after chairman Luc Vandevelder was essentially given his marching orders and France's richest man bought up a big stake in the company.
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