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Tesco has unveiled its new discount chain called Jack’s. It has been launched in attempts to combat the rising threat posed by their German rivals Aldi and Lidl, promising to be the “cheapest in town”.
The stores are named Jack’s after the founder of Tesco, Jack Cohen. Dave Lewis, Tesco’s chef executive remarked that the new chain would sell low-priced, predominantly British products, appealing to the “economically challenged that need a bargain and the affluent shopper that wants a bargain”.
There have been widespread fears of automation resulting in the displacement of millions of jobs. However, according to the World Economic Forum (WEF), robots should not be feared as this change could potentially create more jobs than it destroys.
The WEF report, following a survey they carried out, predicted that robots will result in an approximate 75 million jobs being displaced globally, but will also result in the creation of 133 million new ones.
Earlier this week, Debenhams rushed out a statement to reassure its investors over the financial position of the company, they did however say that annual profits would be below what was forecasted for June.
They have now said their profit will be £33 million, as opposed to the previously predicted £35-40 million, adding that this was in line with current market expectations.
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