Tesco Corp (USA)
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Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN) is on a mission to be your grocer. The online retailer recently expanded its online grocery delivery business into areas of Los Angeles after operating for six years in its hometown of Seattle. Industry analysts believe Amazon’s main objective in venturing into the grocery business is to profit from more »
After taking measures to settle the chicken scare in China, Yum! Brands (NYSE: YUM) got caught in UK’s horsemeat scandal. British food regulators undertook tests that revealed horsemeat in Taco Bell, a subsidiary of Yum!. The company accepted that some of its batches of ground beef contained traces of horsemeat, and is extremely disappointed to find such adulteration. This is bad news for the company, particularly at a time more »
Tesco Corporation(NASDAQ: TESO) sales rises since 2010.TESCO Corporation was downgraded by Dahlman Rose from "buy" to "hold",on 1/8/2013.Tesco,s Christmas sales top estimates.According to Bloomberg,Tesco sales are up by 1.8%.After so many changes in top management Philip Clarke,s efforts are now paying off.Chris Bush named Tesco,s UK head.Tesco Corp. is engaged in designing, manufacturing and service more »
A SWOT analysis is a look at a company’s strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats, and is a great way to gain a detailed and thorough perspective on a company and its future. As the new year begins, I would like to pinpoint a leading provider of equipment and components utilized in oil and gas drilling and production operations: National-Oilwell Varco (NYSE: NOV).
- Stable Revenue Growth: In 2006, National-Oilwell more »
Though natural gas prices have been on the decline, unconventional shale gas is expected to see soaring demand. Investors have been largely focused on the short-term negative catalysts, such as a weak pressure pumping environment, overcapacity in oil basins, and decreased land drilling. This great deal of industry risk makes it reasonable to look at producers with the highest upside for investment opportunities. Below, I consider 1 takeover target and more »
The largest grocery company in the United Kingdom, Tesco (NASDAQ: TESO), is likely to divest its United States Fresh and Easy stores. This announcement was made because Fresh and Easy as a whole was unprofitable and in response to the departure of the segment’s business head.
This could be a boon for U.S. grocery stores. In the grocery industry, Tesco is a big and scary competitor. Its attempt more »