UK: Somerfield to pull the plug on unprofitable products
Following the GBP1.1bn (US$1.93bn) takeover of Somerfield by consortium of investors including property tycoon Robert Tchenguiz, private equity firm Apax Partners and investment bank Barclays Capital, the company's board of directors has called for a review of underperforming and unprofitable product lines.
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