Marks & Spencer has joined retailers trying to lure shoppers on to the high street before Christmas with plans for a flash sale across its stores tomorrow.
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Sunday 13 June 2004
Stuart Rose, the new chief executive of Marks & Spencer, is preparing to ditch Lifestore, the retailer's ill-fated foray into stand-alone homeware stores.
Wednesday 02 June 2004
Stuart Rose, the new chief executive of Marks & Spencer, will be entitled to a £2.1m pay-off if Philip Green's bid for the retail chain succeeds.
Tuesday 01 June 2004
Tuesday 11 May 2004
Stuart Rose, the former boss of Arcadia, yesterday emerged as the frontrunner to become Marks & Spencer's next chairman as the troubled retailer confirmed that Luc Vandevelde was stepping down.
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