Outlook Bon chance, or should it be bon appetit, to Sir Philip Green, in his quest to take on the likes of M&S by flogging food at BHS.
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Wednesday 21 May 2008
Sir Stuart Rose admitted that the announcement that he was taking over as chief executive and chairman of M&S next month could have been handled better.
Wednesday 21 May 2008
Marks and Spencer smashed back through the £1 bn pre-tax profits barrier yesterday, but its shares tumbled as the City forecast a slowdown in profit growth and its chief executive, Sir Stuart Rose, warned of tough times ahead.
Sunday 18 May 2008
Thursday 03 April 2008
Marks & Spencer is refusing to compromise after extensive discussions with shareholders over the elevation of its chief executive, Sir Stuart Rose, to the position of executive chairman.
Sunday 16 March 2008
Tuesday 11 March 2008
Shareholders in Marks & Spencer called into question the retailer's decision to promote its chief executive, Sir Stuart Rose, into the role of executive chairman as part of a sweeping management shake-up at the group yesterday.
Monday 10 March 2008
Marks and Spencer boss Stuart Rose has pledged to stay with the British stores group for an extra two years as part of a management reorganisation which also strengthens finance chief Ian Dyson's position as number two.
Friday 29 February 2008
It is possible to detect a climate of scepticism in some quarters towards the idea that ethical consumer pressure can effect real change in our society. Whether the issue is carbon emissions or developing world sweatshops, it is never hard to find someone (and they can be on the left or the right) who will argue that any individual action we take as consumers is pointless and that only intervention at a governmental level can change things.
Thursday 28 February 2008
Retailer Marks and Spencer is to charge food customers 5p for every plastic carrier bag they use, the store chain said today.
Tuesday 22 January 2008
Jeremy Paxman has found himself speaking for the nation, in an area where spokesmen often prefer to remain anonymous. He wrote, in a personal capacity, to Stuart Rose, the chairman of Marks & Spencer, on the subject of underwear and socks. Mr Paxman, like many of us, had long been buying his essentials from Marks & Spencer, but recently had begun to find that the quality was not what it used to be. In Mr Paxman's words, the pants no longer offered "adequate support". He did not feel that he was alone in this; raising the under-discussed subject with his friends, he uncovered what he called "widespread gusset anxiety".
Monday 21 January 2008
Jeremy Paxman is not known for staying silent when vexed by an issue. Having finally despaired of what he says is the declining quality of Marks & Spencer underpants and socks, the Newsnight host finds himself a reluctant flag-bearer for the legions of British men being let down by sub-standard briefs.
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