Interview: Nick Lansley, head of R&D, Tesco.com

Dawinderpal Sahota
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Having created one of the UK's first online stores, Tesco.com's Nick Lansley is pretty comfortable being at the bleeding edge of e-commerce technology

Nick Lansley, head of research and development at Tesco.com, has been with the retail giant for 23 years. He says that he knew Tesco was the right fit for him when when he was approached by the ...

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