On the move: Challenges lie ahead for new Asda COO McKenna

By Petah Marian | 5 July 2011

Judith McKenna's rise to COO of Asda has been welcomed by the industry but, with the retailer facing a series of challenges, including declining market shares, the role is set to be a challenging one. Petah Marian reports.

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Judith McKenna's rise to COO of Asda has been welcomed by the industry but, with the retailer facing a series of challenges, including declining market shares, the role is set to be a challenging one. Petah Marian reports.

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