Tesco: Our Love & Hate Relationship

Tesco: Our Love & Hate Relationship
Retail

Andrew Murray-Watson, business editor of the Independent, writes an interesting thought piece on why, despite all the problems perceived by the growth of the Brit mega-store retailer, we still love Tesco because we think it's a really good store.

Piers Fawkes, PSFK
  • 29 january 2007


Andrew Murray-Watson, business editor of the Independent, writes an interesting thought piece on why, despite all the problems perceived by the growth of the Brit mega-store retailer, we still love Tesco because we think it’s a really good store. The piece stood out to us because we too find that one moment we’re reporting about big-bad Tesco, then the next we spot something ‘good‘ they’ve done. Murray-Watson is a little argumentative for the sake of being a little argumentative in the piece, nevertheless there’s some good nuggets:

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