Marks and Spencer Group PLC (MKS.L)
17 May 2013
|Market Cap (Mil.):||£7,280.64|
|Shares Outstanding (Mil.):||1,614.33|
LONDON, May 15 - Fashion media and analysts broadly welcomed Marks & Spencer's new clothing strategy and a preview of autumn/winter fashion ranges, giving the firm's boss some respite from pressure over falling sales.
LONDON, May 14 - Marks & Spencer, Britain's biggest clothing retailer, said on Tuesday it had joined other store groups in signing an accord on fire and building safety in Bangladesh.
CASTLE DONINGTON, England, May 8 - Marks & Spencer , Britain's biggest clothing retailer, said on Wednesday it was on track with a plan to address two decades of under-investment in its infrastructure and create a fast, agile and flexible supply chain.
LONDON, May 8 - British retailer Marks & Spencer on Wednesday said it had appointed Next's Jo Jenkins as its new director of lingerie and beauty.
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LONDON, April 16 - Britain's Marks & Spencer said on Tuesday its head of lingerie and beauty, Janie Schaffer, had left the firm after just three months in the job, dealing another blow to its struggling clothing business. A spokeswoman for M&S said Schaffer had left the firm but declined to comment further. Before joining M&S Schaffer was chief creative officer at Victoria's Secret. M&S announced her appointment, amid much fanfare, last November. Last Thursday M&S, wh
LONDON, April 11 - British retailer Marks & Spencer posted a seventh straight quarterly fall in underlying sales of clothing and homewares, having to rely on a strong performance from its food business to deliver overall growth.
LONDON, April 11 - Marks & Spencer Group PLC : * Finance director Alan Stewart says shareholders supportive of strategy, recognise it will take time
LONDON, April 11 - British retailer Marks & Spencer on Thursday posted a seventh consecutive quarterly fall in underlying general merchandise sales, though the outcome was a touch ahead of expectations.
BIG BANKS 'MORE DANGEROUS THAN EVER', IMF'S CHRISTINE LAGARDE SAYS Europe needs to recapitalise, restructure or shut down its banks as part of a vital clean-up of the industry, International Monetary Fund Managing Director Christine Lagarde said as she warned that the threat from world's biggest lenders was "more dangerous than ever". ()