LOS ANGELES — An activist group here is calling on Tesco to put its money where its mouth is when it comes to social issues. The Urban & Environmental Policy Institute at Occidental College here last week issued a 72-page report charging that the global retail giant, which is based in Cheshunt, England, but is planning to open its first Fresh & Easy stores in the U.S. this fall, doesn't always live up to its promises. “We believe a measure of accountability needs to be ...

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