"It is understandable that Tesco has made the decision to cease development of a number of the sites it owns, and also understandable, but perhaps more surprising, that it is closing a number of stores. Tesco is rather exposed to trends in shopping that are moving away from the very large stores for large shopping trips. More people are shopping on the internet and so do not need to visit a store often, meaning that competition is no longer as much about having the store space..."
Apple Inc’s quarterly results demonstrate the results of the company’s competitive advantages; namely great design, innovation (both incremental in terms of product improvements, as well as periodically radical when a groundbreaking product comes to market), and intense efficiency
The more oil a country produces, the more likely a foreign power will intervene in its internal conflicts, according to new research from the Universities of Warwick, Portsmouth & Essex.
On the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau, whose stories are told and whose are marginalized? 70 years ago today, Red Army soldiers entered Auschwitz-Birkenau and liberated its remaining 6,000 people. Auschwitz was not the largest or the most deadly annihilation camp.
Dr Steven Kettell, Associate Professor in the University of Warwick's Politics and International Studies department, has said the consecration of the the Church of England's first female bishop "looks destined to be little more than a footnote in a long-running tale of inexorably terminal decline".