Ireland was a reliable Tesco sweet spot for years, with sales advancing rapidly and a profit margin well ahead of the group average.

A torrid year for Tesco was no better for its ailing Irish outpost. Annual sales in Ireland dropped to €2.56 billion, a level not seen for many years.(...)

Tesco boss Dave Lewis said further investment to turn around the troubled British supermarket could see its £1.4 billion trading profit fall further i(...)

Tesco reported a bottom-line loss of £6.38 billion over the year to February 28th  as it undergoes the latest phase of its shake-up under new boss Dave Lewis. (Photograph: Rui Vieira/PA Wire)

Britain’s biggest retailer Tesco posted the worst annual loss in its 96-year history on Wednesday after writing down the value of its stores by £4.7 b(...)

Marks & Spencer:  while other retailers may struggle, shoppers have been clamouring for a 1970s-inspired beige suede skirt from its Limited Edition range. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

In the fickle business of fashion it’s all about calling the right trends. But even getting the ranges right doesn’t always guarantee a boost to the b(...)

Phil J Clarke: ‘I’m retiring, so I’m looking forward to a change of pace.

Farewell to Phil J Clarke, Tesco Ireland’s outgoing chief executive, who announced his retirement on Wednesday. The J distinguishes Clarke from his na(...)

Phil J Clarke has bowed out less than two years into his tenure. He joins a slew of senior executives who have left Tesco in recent months.

The human resources team at Tesco must be racking up overtime.The exit of Tesco Ireland chief executive Phil J Clarke, who has announced his retiremen(...)

The Dunnhumby sale is part of a drive by Tesco to slash costs and sell assets to mend the group’s finances

British advertising group WPP has bid for a majority stake in Dunnhumby, the customer data business put up for sale by Tesco. Dunnhumby, which gathers(...)

Ulster Bank has hundreds of guarantees given by property investors and developers which it is trying to sell. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

  Property movement Property movement Lone Star, the largest single investor in Irish property since the crash, plans to further sell (...)

New Kantar numbers add to evidence new Tesco boss Dave Lewis’ turnaround plan is making an impact. Photographer: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

Britain’s biggest supermarket Tesco recorded its strongest sales performance in 18 months, industry data showed on Tuesday, adding to evidence new bos(...)

 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, (...)