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Daunt says Waterstones 'will not chase share' as losses widen

Posted at 8:29AM Thursday 07 Feb 2013

Waterstones managing director James Daunt, who was parachuted into the position in 2011 when Russian investor Alexander Mamut acquired the chain from HMV, told Retail Week: "We're not chasing market share but we're managing ourselves in a dramatically more efficient way."

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