Sharon White, boss of John Lewis, knowingly kills his slogan | News


REtail is difficult but no one has had a more difficult start to their career than Sharon White, the new president of John Lewis and Waitrose. After being appointed head of the partnership last year, its two most senior executives, Paula Nickolds and Rob Collins, who ran John Lewis and Waitrose, both resigned. Annual profits fell by a quarter to £ 123million, leaving the holy staff premium at the lowest in more than half a century – 2 percent. Then Covid-19 struck, forcing White to announce the closure of eight of fifty John Lewis stores, including a £ 35million flagship above Birmingham New Street station that the former boss of John Lewis and now West Midlands Mayor Andy Street has only opened


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