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[英伦广角] 【整理】2014-07-26 英国最大连锁超市乐购CEO将离职

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Tesco Chief Philip Clarke To Step Down


Britain's biggest supermarket announces the departure of its chief executive as it issued a fresh warning on profits.

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checkout:结账台

grim:糟糕的

wipe off:清除

tenure:任期

buck the trend:反潮流,扭转趋势

Unilever:联合利华

Domestos :家净(商标名,主营家用清洁用品)

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He has been a Tesco lifer, joining in as a 14 year old to step(?) shelves in the store run by his father. Today three and a half years after he took over as chief executive, Philip Clarke reached the checkout of Britain's biggest retailer, even his old boss thinks it's not before time.

- When you occupy the biggest job in retailing, you should expect if you don't perform to pay the price and he has done so, and he has to take responsibility. When you are chief executive, if things go wrong, it's down to you.

The statistics of Mr Clarke's time in charge make grim reading, 8 billion pounds has been wiped off the company's value during his tenure. Its market share has fallen 2.2% amid competition from discounters like ALDI, as this comparison of the two groups market share shows. And this morning, the news of his exit sent Tesco shares up 2.5%, bucking the trend of the last three years. For the first time in its 95-year history, Tesco's replacing its boss with an outsider, Dave Lewis of the consumer goods giant Unilever.

- Tesco has gone shopping at the owner of Dove shampoo and Domestos detergent for its new boss, but some investors believe that the employment of Mr Lewis who has never before run a major retail chain still represents something of a gamble.

Mr Lewis 's big challenge would be to restore customer's belief in Tesco's price competitiveness, while continuing to unwind some of its ill-fated overseas expansion.

- I think the first thing he has to do is to define the Tesco brand, because this is a brand that's lost his way in recent years. It doesn't stand for quality, it doesn't really stand for value, it's stuck in the middle, and as a retailer, that's the worst place to be. So i think that's the very first thing that Lewis would look to do.

Mr Clarke's sacking came just 36 hours before he was to host a party marking four decades of service at Tesco. That has now been cancelled. The city faces an anxious wait to see whether being a Tesco share holder can again become something worth celebrating.



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[Homework]2014-07-26 英国最大连锁超市乐购CEO将离职

He has been a Tesco lifer joined in as a 14 year old to stack shelves in the store run by his father, today three and a half years after his coverage chief executive, Philip Clarke reached the check out of Britain's biggest retailer, even his old boss thinks it's not before time.
When you occupy the biggest job in retailing, you should expect if you don't perform to pay the price as he has done so, and he has to take responsibility, when you are chief executive, if things go wrong, it's down to you.
The statistics of Mr Clarke's time in charge make grim reading, 8 billion pounds has been wiped off the company's value during his tenure, its market share has fallen 2.2% amid competition from discounters like Aldi, as this comparison of the two groups market share shows, and this morning the news of his exit sent Tesco shares up 2.5%, bucking the trend of the last three years, for the first time in its 95-year history, Tesco's replacing its boss with an outsider, David Louis of the consumer goods joint union labor.
Tesco has gone shopping at the owner of Dove shampoo and domestic detergent for its new boss, but some investors believe that the employment of Mr Louis who has never before run a major retail chain still represents something of a gamble.
Mr Louis's big challenge would be to restore customer's belief in Tesco's price competitiveness, while continuing to unwind some of its ill fated overseas expansion.
I think the first thing he has to do is to define the Tesco brand, because this is a brand that's lost his way in recent years, it doesn't stand for quality, it doesn't really stand for value, it's stuck in the middle, and as a retailer, that's the worst place to be, so i think that's the very first thing that Louis will have to do.
Mr Clarke's sacking came just 36 hours before he was to host a party marking four decades of service at Tesco, that has now been cancelled, the city faces an anxious wait to see whether being a Tesco share holder can again becomes something worth celebrating.

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He has been a Tesco lifer joined in as a 14-year-old to stack shelves in the store run by his father. Today, three and a half years after he took over as chief executive, Philip Clarke reached the checkout of Britain’s biggest retailer. Even his old boss thinks it’s not before time.

“And this is the standard value X.”

Today, three and a half years after he took over, Mr. Clarke reached the checkout. Even his old boss thinks it’s not before time.

“When you occupy the biggest job in retailing, and you should expect if you don’t perform to pay the price as he has done so, and he has to take responsibility. When you are a chief executive, if things go wrong, it’s down to you.”

The statistics of Mr. Clarke’s time in charge make grim reading. £8 billion has been wiped off the company’s value during his tenure. Its market share has fallen 2.2% amid competition from discounters like Aldi as this comparison of the two groups’ market share shows. And this morning, the news of his exit sent Tesco’s share up 2.5%, bucking the trend of the last three years. For the first time in its 95-year history, Tesco is replacing its boss with an outsider -- Dave Lewis of the consumer goods giant Unilever.

“Tesco has gone shopping at the owner of Dove shampoo and domestic detergent for its new boss. But some investors believe that the employment of Mr. Lewis who’s never before run a major retail chain still represents something of a gamble.”

Mr. Lewis’ big challenge will be to restore customers’ belief in Tesco’s price competitiveness while continuing to unwind some of ill fated overseas expansion.

“I think the first thing he has to do is to define the Tesco Brand, because this is a brand that’s lost its way in recent years. It doesn’t stand for quality. It doesn’t really stand for value. It’s stuck in the middle and as a retailer, that’s the worst place to be. So I think that’s the very first thing that Lewis will have to do.”

Mr. Clarke’s sacking came just 36 hours before he was to host a party marking four decades of service at Tesco. That has now been cancelled. The city faces an anxious wait to see whether being a Tesco shareholder can again become something worth celebrating.

Mark Kleinman, Sky News.
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He has been a Tesco lifer, joining as a 14-year-old to stack shelves in the store ran by his father. Today, three and a half years after he took over as chief executive, Philip Clarke reached the checkout of Britain’s biggest retailer, even his old boss thinks it’s not before time.

“And this is the standard value product, very good.”

Today, three and a half years after he took over, Mr. Clarke reached the checkout, even his old boss thinks it’s not before time.

“When you occupy the biggest job in retailing, and you should expect if you don’t perform to pay the price. And he has done so, and he has to take responsibility. When you are chief executive, if things go wrong, it’s down to you.”

The statistics of Mr. Clarke’s time in charge make grim reading. Eight billion pounds has been wiped off the company’s value during his tenure. Its market share has fallen 2.2% amid competition from discounters like Aldi, as this comparison of the two groups’ market share shows. And this morning, the news of his exit sent Tesco’s share up 2.5%, bucking the trend of the last three years. For the first time in its 95-year history, Tesco is replacing its boss with an outsider, Dave Lewis of the consumer goods giant Unilever.

“Tesco has gone shopping at the owner of Dove shampoo and Domestos detergent for its new boss. But some investors believe that the appointment of Mr. Lewis who’s never before run a major retail chain still represents something of a gamble.”

Mr. Lewis’ big challenge will be to restore customers’ belief in Tesco’s price competitiveness, while continuing to unwind some of its ill-fated overseas expansion.

“I think the first thing he has to do is to define the Tesco Brand. Because this is a brand that’s lost its way in recent years. It doesn’t stand for quality, it doesn’t really stand for value, it’s stuck in the middle, and as a retailer, that’s the worst place to be. So I think that’s the very first thing that Lewis will have to do.”

Mr. Clarke’s sacking came just 36 hours before he was to host a party, marking four decades of service at Tesco. That has now been cancelled. The city faces an anxious wait to see whether being a Tesco shareholder can again become something worth celebrating.



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[Homework]2014-07-26 英国最大连锁超市乐购CEO将离职

He has been a Tesco lifer joined in as 14 year old to stack shelves in the store run by his father. Today, three and half years after his coverage chief executive, Fhilip Clarke reached the check out at Britain's biggest retailer, even his old boss thinks it's not before time.

When you occupied the biggest job in retailing, you should expert if you don't perform to pay the price. And he has done so, and he has taken responsibility when you are chief executive, if things go wrong is down to you.

The statistics of Mr Clarke't time charge make grim reading, 8 billion pounds has been wiped off company value during his tenure, its market shares fallen 2.2% amid competion from discounters like Adi, as this comparison of the two groups market share shows . And this morning, the news of his exit sent Tesco shares up 2.5%, bucking the trends of the last three years. For the first time in its 95-year history, Tesco is replacing its boss with an outsider, Dave louis of the consumer goods joint union labor.

Tesco has gone shopping at the owner of Dove shampoo and domestic detergent for its new boss, but some inverstors believe the employment of Mr Louis who is never before run a major retail chain still represents something gamble.

Mr Louis' big chanllenge will be to be restore customers belief in Tesco's price competitiveness, while continue to unwind some of its ill fated overseas expansion.

I think the first thing he has to do is define Tesco brand, because this is brand lost its way in recent years, it doesn't stand for quality, it doesn't really stand for value, is stuck in the middle, as retailer, that's the worst place to be, so I think that's the very first thing that Louis will have to do.

Mr Clarke's sacking came just 36 hours before he was to host a party marking four decades of service at Tesco, that is now being cancelled. The city faces an anxious wait to see whether being a Tesco shareholder can again become something worth celebrate.

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He has been a TESCO lifer, joining as a 14-year-old just at shelves in the store run by his father. Today, 3 years and a half after he took over its chief executive, Phillip Clarke reached the checkout of Britain’s biggest retailer. Even his own boss thinks it’s not before time.

-        And this is the, the standard volume product. Very good.
In a half years after he took over, Mr. Clarke reached the checkout. Even his own boss thinks it’s not before time.
-        When you occupy the biggest job in retailing, and you should expect if you don’t perform to pay the price, and he has done so, and he has to take responsibility, when you’re chief executive, if things go wrong, it’s your, it’s down to you.
The statistics of Mr. Clarke’s time in charge make grim reading. 8 billion pounds has been wiped off the company’s value during his tenure. Its market share has fallen 2.2 percent amid competition from discounters like , as this comparison of the two groups market share shows. And this morning, the news of his exit sent TESCO shares up 2.5 percent, bucking the trend of the last three years. First time in its 95-year history, TESCO replaced its boss with an outsider, Dave Lewis of the consumer goods giant Unilever.
TESCO has gone shopping at the owner of Dove shampoo and domestic detergent for its new boss. But some investors believe that the appointment of Mr. Lewis who has never before run a major retail chain still represent something of a gamble. Mr. Lewis’s big challenge will be to restore customers’ belief in TESCO’s price competitiveness while continuing to unwind some of these ill-fated overseas expansion.
-        I think the first thing he has to do is to define the TESCO brand, because this is a brand that lost its way in recent years. It doesn’t stand for quality, it doesn’t really stand for value, it’s stuck in the middle, and as a retailer, that’s the worst place to be. So I think that’s the very first thing that Lewis would like to do.
Mr. Clarke’s sacking came just 36 hours before he was to host a party marking four decades of service at TESCO. That has now been cancelled. The city faces an anxious wait to see whether being a TESCO share holder can again become something worth celebrating.
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