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Sunday, August 29th, 2010

The numbers are not all that close, but retailers Walmart, Carrefour and Tesco are in a race to grab as much of the lucrative Chinese retail market. The Communists have stolen a march on the Capitalists, playing catch-up is a race for second place. From China Beverage News: U.S. retailing giant Wal-Mart Stores Inc. signed […]

Wouldn’t a truly green company try to do the same thing?

Wednesday, May 19th, 2010

While goofing around looking for something else I ran into the British retailer Tesco’s statement on its carbon footprint – it’s entire carbon footprint. Here’s the takeaway: The direct carbon footprint for the Tesco Group during the financial year to February 2007 was 4.13m tonnes of carbon dioxide equivalent (CO2e)*. Our UK business emitted 2.25m […]

Time to hassle Rand again.

Tuesday, July 1st, 2008

Rand has a new post up at Check Out about Wal-Mart and food miles. Here’s my comment: I’m glad to see that Wal-Mart is concerned about food miles. When will Wal-Mart be adopting labels that show a product’s carbon footprint like Tesco is planning? As usual, I place it here in order to increase the […]


Saturday, June 21st, 2008

Top executives move around among corporate jobs like water skeeters on a creek in July, but it’s not good when a vice president in charge of a new risky venture for a company decides to leave the country to take a better job. From Supermarket News: David Wild, who was said to be heading up […]


Saturday, May 17th, 2008

Has Wal-Mart waited too long to roll out its upscale boutique food market model? I mentioned yesterday that public relations gaffe of tagging the Marketside stores as the place for fresh and delicious food and the highest level of customer service. With sales down at the cheap fast-food chains, does Wal-Mart really think all those […]


Friday, May 16th, 2008

According to the Financial Times: Wal-Mart says it will be pursuing a “passion for fresh and delicious food” and “the highest level of customer service” in small neighbourhood grocery stores – its first new format for a decade. And in it’s other stores? This is a classic public relations gaffe. By implying that its Marketside […]


Monday, February 11th, 2008

Instead of building Jerusalem on England’s green and pleasant land, the Bentonvile Behemoth wants permission to build Wal-Mart supercenters. Wal-Mart wants the end of planning rules… designed to protect town centres and avoid over-development. From The Telegraph: Asda, Britain’s third-biggest supermarket chain, is lobbying for planning rules to be suspended in so-called “Tesco towns”, a […]


Monday, February 4th, 2008

I’m a bit of a retail wonk because my first professional job in the civilian world was an editor for a magazine covering the automotive aftermarket (that’s vehicle parts, accessories, chemicals and sundries). That’s why I’ve interested in Wal-Mart’s Marketside stores. From The Financial Times: Wal-Mart declined to give details of the new stores, but […]


Monday, January 14th, 2008

Is it possible for Wal-Mart to transform at least some corner of its reptilian brain to think more like a small furry mammal and less like the brontosaurus that it is? Maybe. But that is what it must do if its Marketside stores go head-to-head with Tesco’s Fresh & Easy. From The Financial Times: The […]


Tuesday, January 8th, 2008

Back in August I wrote about Wal-Mart’s experimentation with mini-Wal-Marts specifically designed to target the entrance of UK-based Tesco’s Fresh and Easy Neighborhood stores. On the heels of Jack Sinclair’s hiring/promotion comes this news. From NBC2 News in Fort Meyers: A new Wal-Mart is popping up in Southwest Florida, but it’s not the super center […]


Sunday, January 6th, 2008

[Update — 0815, 8 January — From the when-is-a-story-not-story department. Reader Ash tells us that Sinclair’s connection to Tesco is nearly 20 years old (he left in 1989) and some further checking suggests that Wal-Mart’s annoucement should have been one of promotion, not hiring. Any other UK readers or Wal-Moles have insights to add?] The […]

This is what makes Wal-Mart tremble with fear.

Wednesday, August 29th, 2007

From Al Norman at the Huffington Post: The Tesco stores, at 10,000 s.f., “will be easily accessible and offer everything from everyday staples to gourmet items. Lots of fresh and delicious food choices, including pre-prepared and organic foods, will make healthy eating convenient and affordable.” According to The Economist, Tesco’s grocery launch in America was […]

S&P cuts Whole Foods rating to junk status

Tuesday, August 28th, 2007

Standard & Poor’s on Tuesday cut its credit rating on Whole Foods Market following the company’s acquisition of Wild Oats Markets, S&P said. … Whole Foods’ strong business profile is “partially offset by the company’s credit measures that are weak for current ratings after the acquisition, its aggressive store growth plans, and its small store […]


Monday, August 27th, 2007

From Blogging Stocks: Wal-Mart (NYSE: WMT) has been buying retail chains and entering joint ventures all over the world to improve its international exposure. Now, with same-store sale in the U.S. in trouble, it is setting up a unit to look at acquisitions in the U.S. as well. According to the Financial Times [subscription], with […]