Homebase/Bunnings "a line in the sand" for Wesfarmers

Wesfarmers chief executive Rob Scott has told an investors' day at the Australian conglomerate that the costly experience of buying Homebase in the UK for £340m, then selling it two years later for £1 after a £1bn losses means the company will be more careful in future about investments.

by Matthew Appleby

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