Savvas, Antony
November 2007
Computer Weekly;11/20/2007, p110
Trade Publication
The article focuses on Colin Cobain, group Information Technology (IT) chief at Tesco PLC. It states that Cobain, who joined Tesco in 2001, is leaving the company without stating where he is going to. On the other hand, Tesco has also not announced who will replace Cobain. It mentions that Cobain has had an important role in the company's entry into new markets. It also mentions that Cobain has overseen the group's adoption of radio frequency identification (RFID) technology in its supply chain.


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