Co-Op Crisis Deepens with Record Losses - Presented by: The Aol. On Network

The most disastrous 12 months in its 150 year history - Britain's Co-operative Group's response to its 2013 results. It made a loss of 2.5 billion pounds after being hit by a 1.9 billion pound funding gap at its bank. That followed a drugs scandal involving a former chairman - Paul Flowers was charged this week with drug possession. And then came an exodus of top executives, including the CEO who only lasted 10 months. Interim Chief Executive Richard Pennycook.



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