LONDON — A British equity analyst is taking Tesco to task for apparently reneging on a promise to break out separate results for its U.S.-based Fresh & Easy business when it reports its annual financial results on April 15. According to a report in the Financial Times of London, James Anstead, of Citigroup, said, "This situation is rather disappointing. Given that this is a 180- degree turn from what Tesco had previously suggested, it would not be surprising for cynics to use this as ...

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