The Tesco boss in charge of in-store restaurants and coffee shops, such as Harris + Hoole and Euphorium, has reportedly left the business.According to The Telegraph, Michael Holmes, chief executive of new food experiences at Tesco, has stepped down from his role as director of in-supermarket businesses, including Harris + Hoole, Euphorium, Giraffe and Dobbies.According to reports, Holmes departure is part of plans made by new Tesco chief executive, David Lewis, to cull up to 10,000 jobs, including up to 1,000 store management staff.A Tesco spokesperson said: “There are a lot of changes happening at Tesco at the moment and it will be providing no comment on any individual’s departures.”Tesco opened Giraffe restaurants and Harris + Hoole coffee shops, under former executive Philip Clark, in a bid to attract more shoppers into stores.The Harris + Hoole coffee chain made a pre-tax loss of £12.8m in its year-end results for 2014, and closed one of its Tesco concession stores, in Highbury, London.Tesco has seen a rapid overhaul of senior management since Lewis joined, including UK chief executive Chris Bush, Matt Atkinson, the chief creative officer, and David Hobbs, the group business planning and strategy director.Holmes was in the role at Tesco for almost three years. The Telegraph stated that corporate filings showed that he had now stepped down from his role.
left-to-right… City Engineer Ron May Mayor Dan Manus City Councilwoman Vietta McKenzie Board of Works Member, Carol Perkins Board of Works Member, Rick Emsweller City Clerk-Treasurer, Ashlee Green Street Commissioner, Mark Klosterkemper TIF Board Member, Adam WentzelGreensburg, In. — April 16, 2019 Weather permitting Lincoln Street in Greensburg will open at 4 p.m. today.***************************************************************April 4, 2019 Weather permitting, the Lincoln Street project in Greensburg will be finished, except for punch list items by the end of April.Some milling work will be done this week and paving is expected to begin next week. Asphalt plant operations and weather could impact the schedule again.
Let’s say that the NBA is, in fact, able to build a basketball bubble to carry out the remainder of the season.Commissioner Adam Silver cautioned this week that talk of holding games again anywhere, including at a neutral site with teams quarantined to avoid the spread of the coronavirus, is purely speculative. In a remote video conversation with Ernie Johnson, host of TNT’s “Inside The NBA,” Silver reasserted that the league will adhere to advice from health experts before making any decisions about restarting a season that was halted March 11.That said, the commissioner ventured an opinion about the wide-ranging impact of bringing back NBA basketball, a $7 billion business: “Beyond the virtue of crowning a champion, what will the symbolism be of major league sports starting back up in this country?”Yes, but back to that part about crowning a champion. That piece might prove plenty meaningful to Los Angeles – even if it occurs away from the city. Video: What LeBron James said about Jacob Blake … ‘Black people in America are scared’ “If it means we get to play and continue our pursuit for the goal that we want, I feel like one of the Dr. Seuss titles: ‘I will play anywhere. I will play in a house, I will play (with) a mouse,’ ” said Clippers Coach Doc Rivers, who said his team wants to continue its pursuit of the organization’s first championship.“That’s how you feel. I think that’s how our team feels. We don’t care where, when, why, what – we just want to go after our goal.”Major League Baseball also has discussed the premise of starting up play at a neutral site, according to an ESPN report that described talks of having all 30 teams play at Phoenix-area stadiums without fans.For his part, LeBron James – whose Western Conference-leading Lakers also wish badly to continue their title chase – said he’d be willing to discuss the idea.“I think the line of communication is open, not only from the owners, from the players, from the whole league, from Adam Silver and everyone,” James told reporters on a Zoom call Wednesday. “Obviously, the No. 1 thing is the safety and the well-being of all of us here in America first, and getting this pandemic under control. On Mamba Night, the Lakers make short work of Blazers to take 3-1 series lead “Look,” said Lawrence Frank, the Clippers’ president of basketball operations, “these are unusual times that you have to be really adaptable.”And all indications are that the NBA is motivated to test its dexterity, according to Rob Pelinka, the Lakers’ general manager.“Everyone has this hope and desire to find a way to finish the season,” he said Wednesday. “They are looking at every option to get to the end. Including fanless games. Including remote locations where teams could gather and create as safe an environment as possible. The messaging coming from the league is, ‘We are thinking long, hard about what this could look like to get to the end.’“We’ll put the health of the world and our fans and our players first and foremost, but hopefully once we get past this initial phase where we’re all putting in these efforts to flatten the curve, if we see success there, hopefully it will get to a place where we can see more definitively what those plans might look like.“But I think it’s too early to know.” “I believe once that’s under control and they allow us to resume some type of activity, I would love to get the season back going. I feel like we’re in a position where we can get back and start to compete for a championship, get back to doing what we love to do, making our Laker faithful proud of us, of being back on the floor.“And if it’s in one single isolated destination – if it’s Las Vegas or somewhere else that can hold us and keep us in the best possible chance to be safe, not only on the floor but also off the floor as well – then those conversations will be had.”Related Articles For Lakers’ LeBron James, Jacob Blake’s shooting is bigger issue than a big Game 4 victory Photos: Lakers defeat Trail Blazers in Game 4 of first-round playoff series Chris Paul, Russell Westbrook and other NBA stars pay tribute to Kobe Bryant Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error