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4.30+0.03 (+0.63%)
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Previous close4.28
Bid4.30 x
Ask4.40 x
Day's range4.30 - 4.30
52-week range3.77 - 4.39
Avg. volume0
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  • Reuters - UK Focus6 days ago

    Marks & Spencer retains Lindsay brothers as sourcing directors

    Marks & Spencer (Frankfurt: 534418 - news) has agreed a new contract with Mark and Neal Lindsay, the sourcing directors who have been instrumental in improving the British clothing retailer's profit margin, it said on Friday. The brothers, who previously worked for Next (Frankfurt: 779551 - news) , joined M&S in 2014 on a three-year contract. "Mark and Neal have a wealth of experience in sourcing and it is great news for clothing & home that we can continue to leverage this experience as we deliver the key strategic priorities going forward," Rowe said in the memo, first reported by Sky News.

  • M&S keeps sourcing in family as brothers land lucrative new deal
    Sky News6 days ago

    M&S keeps sourcing in family as brothers land lucrative new deal

    The brothers drafted in by Marks & Spencer (Frankfurt: 534418 - news) 's last boss to generate huge savings from its supply chain have been handed a lucrative new deal as the company prepares to shake up the leadership of its key clothing business. Sky News has learnt that Mark and Neal Lindsay, who were expected to leave this year at the end of a three-year contract, have been persuaded to remain with the retailer by Steve Rowe, its chief executive. The decision underlines Mr Rowe's determination to stamp his mark on M&S' executive team a year after he took over from Marc Bolland.

  • Financial Times6 days ago

    [$$] Unilever finds innovations boost pricing power

    About a year ago, a comedian must have written a sketch about people dying their teeth blue. And someone at Unilever must have watched it. Because in the $100bn personal care market, innovation appears ...