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Tesco shares crash as new chief keeps his strategy under wraps
Tesco hit rock bottom last night as its shares tumbled to an 11-year low following the refusal of the new chief executive Dave Lewis to reveal his plans for tackling the supermarket's spectacular decline.
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Annual profits at Debenhams fell more than 20%, reflecting lower sales during last year's warm winter. Britain's No 2 department store chain said it was cautious about the future, with consumer spending power remaining under pressure.
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Pearson, the world's largest education company and owner of the Financial Times, has stuck to to its profit forecast for 2014 despite restructuring costs and headwinds from the strength of sterling for much of the year.

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