Tesco appeared to emerge victorious from a pricing row with Unilever on Friday, with its shares rising 4 percent. Analysts said the retailer had copped a public relations coup, casting itself as the consumer's champion.
The prospect that much-loved brands might vanish from Tesco supermarkets is the first taste of what economists say will be rising inflation. Next up, the cost of fuel is likely to rise later this month.
The French department store group has announced the appointment of Constance de Polignac to director of marketing and digital, overseeing communication activities for both Galeries Lafayette and BHV Marais.
Dutch food and cosmetics giant Unilever posted Thursday a rise in sales for the first half of 2016, boosted by mens' grooming products, but warned of "no sign of an improving global economy".Total sales clocked in 2.