M&S shareholders shouldn't be too concerned about its financial results in the next two years as those numbers aren't that important to the clothing and food retailer's future, its new chairman told them on Tuesday.
Marks & Spencer has quickly reacted to the ‘Gareth Southgate Effect', which has sent the country into waistcoat-wearing frenzy, with a social media and ad campaign in support of the England football team.
Anyone hoping for a trading update from M&S this week has had their hopes dashed with news that the under-pressure chain won’t be giving out the current-trading details that we’ve become accustomed to at its AGM.
The value brand said this has been the fastest rollout in retail history. The company wants to be one of the largest clothing retailers in the UK by sales volume and become a £100m annual turnover business.