DAILY BRIEFING: Aldi’s UK boss promoted to the board of Aldi South


City & Finance Reporter for the Daily Mail

Promotion: Aldi's UK boss Matthew Barnes

Promotion: Aldi’s UK boss Matthew Barnes

NEW ROLE  The boss of the British and Irish arm of German discounter Aldi, Matthew Barnes, has been promoted to the coordination board of parent Aldi South.

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