WASHINGTON — An investment group that works with union-sponsored pension and benefit funds affiliated with Change to Win, a coalition of U.S. unions, is asking shareholders of Tesco to demand greater transparency in the operations of Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market, Tesco's U.S.-based division. Their request is in the form of amendments to the report of Tesco's directors that will be presented at the parent company's annual meeting in London on June 29. According ...
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