The UK's largest supermarket chain will run the pilot project for nearly six months
The American firm will not have to pay the digital tax on goods it sells directly to customers
The Ocado Smart Platform is based on AutoStore's robotics technology, the Norwegian firm claims
There's a 'lethal lethal cocktail of pressures in the retail industry' says Dave Lewis
Tesco 'actively negotiating' with Financial Conduct Authority in a bid to slash the size of the proposed fine
Outoing CTO Edmond Mesrobian to return to Seattle
Tesco, Sainsbury's and Morrisons all considering electronic shelf-edge pricing - but not for implementing 'surge pricing'
Retail industry consultant criticises press reports of supermarkets introducing 'surge pricing' as 'fake news'
Banks are jittery following last year's attack on Tesco Bank
After Tesco Bank hack intelligence services urged not to let financial crime slip down priorities list
Entire Tesco group would be in the firing line - with demands for more payouts on top from class-action lawsuits
All online transactions have been stopped after more than 20,000 customers lose money
CDO will work in company's Edinburgh office, and report to the chief customer officer
There are numerous uses for machine data once you've worked out how to process it, says Matt Davies of Splunk
Only marketing agency WPP left round the table after other buyers drop out
Any bank that agrees to settlement deal will have to drop their involvement in any other legal action against the US retailer
While currently a rarity, the number of CIOs getting the top job is likely to grow as the importance of IT and digitalisation increases, finds Sooraj Shah
Boots, Tesco and Superdrug to be given access to medical records to 'improve' pharmacy efficiency
'CIOs don't have the right skills to become CEO,' says website co-owner who sacked former Net-a-Porter CIO
Isabel Rutland wouldn't hire another CIO as a CEO at Discover&Deliver after letting Richard Lloyd-Williams go
DevOps Summit: Are you a clunky Tesco, or a streamlined, DevOps-friendly Etsy, asks Cambridge Satchel CTO
'Ask how good is your technology, and how good are the people building it' advises Wooldridge
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Forty terabytes of personal information is a lucrative resource, but can Google really exploit all of Dunnhumby's data?
Ex-Expedia CTO steps in to Mike McNamara's shoes at Tesco
Yammer used to get constructive criticism from employees on mobility strategies, delegates at Computing's Enterprise Mobility Summit 2015 hear