Britain's Most Admired Companies

MT’s annual peer review poll this year puts Tesco and its boss at the top of Britain’s Most Admired Companies and Most Admired Leader awards. It’s a repeat of the double they achieved two years ago.

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Last Updated: 09 Oct 2013

The success shows that with a juggernaut like Tesco, detractors' criticisms are mere bumps in the road. To read Matthew Gwyther and Andrew Saunders' breakdown of this year's Most Admired, click here

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