UK: Ex-Iceland boss Walker claims new shop is a "flea on an elephant's bum"
Malcolm Walker, the Welsh founder of the Iceland frozen food empire who resigned as its chairman in January amid a share scandal, has hit the headlines again this week, but describes his controversial comeback to the food sector as a "flea on an elephant's bum." Nevertheless, Iceland is sufficiently concerned about the prospect of a single frozen food shop in Wrexham to be considering legal action.
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