UK: Sainsbury/Boots: money row ends cohabitation (COMMENT)
A promising joint venture between UK retail giants J Sainsbury and Boots has suffered a sorry demise. Boots is by far the biggest loser - it has let Sainsbury's learn from its expertise, without ensuring permanent access to supermarket customers. With continuing management losses and the growing threat from the pharmaceutical companies, Boots is facing serious difficulties.
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