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Senior MovesMar / 24 / 2017
Tesco restructures international leadership team as veteran Trevor Masters exits

Tesco’s international boss Trevor Masters is stepping down from the business as the grocer restructures its international leadership team.



Masters, who has spent 38 years with the supermarket giant after joining as a teenage management trainee, will leave his role as chief executive of Tesco International at the end of May.


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Senior MovesMar / 24 / 2017
Digital transformation expert joins Mothercare board

Gillian Kent has joined the Mothercare board as non-executive director and will serve on the audit, risk and nomination committees.


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Senior MovesMar / 24 / 2017
Kingfisher chairman departs amid successful turnaround results

B &Q owner Kingfisher has announced the departure of its chairman Daniel Bernard while revealing strong growth in its full year results.


In the year to the end of January, adjusted pre-tax profits for the group rose by 8.3 per cent to £743 million, while underlying pre-tax profits hit £787 million with a growth of 14.7 per cent.

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AdvertisingMar / 24 / 2017
Head of Google Europe apologises over ads on extremist content

Google’s European chief has publicly apologised after online adverts for major brands appeared next to extremist material, but declined to say whether the company would begin actively seeking out such content and taking action against it.


Matt Brittin, Google’s head of Europe, the Middle East and Africa, told the Advertising Week Europe conference in London on Monday: “I want to start by saying sorry to the brands affected by this. I take the issue very seriously and I apologise in the instances where that may have happened.”


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