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  • agreed to relinquish ownership of supermarket chain Asda in favour of a majority stake in a merged Sainsbury's-Asda - but it is ramping up investment in selected other territories. The group finalised
  • 2 supermarket Sainsbury's of its closest rival Asda, which is also Walmart's largest international subsidiary. However, Asda has struggled with weak performance for the past couple of years in face of
  • four times what Walmart paid for UK supermarket chain Asda in 1999, currently its biggest deal to-date. Even for Walmart - with mammoth sales of over $500bn a year - that's a substantial sum. The company
  • taking over from her former Asda colleague and fellow Briton David Cheesewright, who is taking early retirement from a fulltime role, but will stay with the group to work on special projects. Marks &
  • behind Tesco, Sainsbury's, Asda and Morrisons. In the news this past week: Agencies WPP was the latest marketing services group to report significantly weaker performance than expected for the latest
  • Spencer announced the appointment of former Asda leader, Conservative MP and ITV chairman Archie Norman as its own new chairman, taking over from Robert Swannell. In the US, Chantel Lenard stepped down
  • Second-placed Sainsbury's widened its lead over Asda in the 12 weeks to Jan 1st to over 1%, but Tesco continues to lead the market. In marketer moves, Sainsbury's marketing chief Sarah Warby is leaving
  • With the exception of UK supermarket Asda, major account wins for the new model have been few and far between. In other assignments it was generally a good week for independents. Droga5 was awarded
  • At the top end of the table, Walmart-owned Asda clawed back some ground, regaining 15.7% of the market, now just 0.2% behind Sainsbury. The latter issued a quarterly update this week showing a 1.1% decline
  • Walmart's UK subsidiary Asda suffered the sharpest quarterly sales decline in its history, with like-for-like sales to June falling 7.5%, a slump described by Retail Remedy analyst Paul Thomas as "apocalyptic.

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