After what many observers described as a very slow start in terms of sales volume, Tesco is beginning to make changes in its Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market operation. Just this month, the Cheshunt, England-based company added Jeff Adams, one of Tesco's top executives, to the Fresh & Easy management team — a move some see as a signal that the U.S. banner needs tweaking. Adams, an American, has spent the last 15 years working for Wal-Mart in Mexico; for Lotus in Thailand before ...

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