Tesco  group chief executive Dave Lewis:  said he will cut its central administration costs by 40 per cent. Photograph: PA

Tesco Ireland has made up to 25 positions redundant at its head office in Dublin as the impact of Dave Lewis, the parent group’s new chief executive, (...)

Analysts caution that the road to recovery at Tesco will be a long one

At last, something for the man with the toughest job in retail to smile about: sales at Tesco have returned to growth for the first time in a year.Pri(...)

Tesco said on Wednesday that up to 2,000 people could lose their jobs when the group closes 43 unprofitable stores across the UK

Tesco has said it is to close two superstores in Belfast as well as a smaller express store in Ballymena as part of a major restructuring that will se(...)

Terry Leahy: stepped down as chief executive of Tesco three years ago after a glorious 14-year reign

Terry Leahy stepped down as chief executive of Tesco three years ago, after a glorious 14-year reign in which profits soared from £750 million to £3.2(...)

The Irish Times’ business affairs correspondent Mark Paul: chief executive of Viber? Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

We received a large entry for Ciarán Hancock’s Christmas Quiz, which took some time to work through. It threw up a few odd answers with a number of yo(...)

Agency shift led by Tesco’s new chief executive, Dave Lewis. Photograph: Reuters

The new boss of supermarket chain Tesco has drafted in the advertising agency behind some of the world’s most famous adverts, BBH, following a disa(...)

Shares in the supermarket chain jumped more than 4 per cent after news of Dalton Philips’s departure, a brutal verdict from the City on the Irish man’s time at the top. Photograph: PA

Dalton Philips, the globetrotting Irish retail executive, will soon be heading back to his homeland to reflect on the future after being sacked as chi(...)

Tesco said it would reduce its capital expenditure for next year to £1 billion, from no more than £2.1 billion this year and cut costs by £250 million a year

Tesco has confirmed there will be no store closures in the Republic of Ireland as the group plans to sell assets and cut costs to fund lower prices(...)

Tesco chief executive Dave Lewis announced plans yesterday to staunch the haemorrhage of customers and sales from its UK and Irish operations.Most of (...)

British grocer Sainsbury’s posted a better-than-expected performance in the Christmas quarter. Photo: Bloomberg

British grocer Sainsbury’s posted a better-than-expected performance in the Christmas quarter, though it was still hurt by a loss of share to discount(...)