In the money: Pressure mounts on M&S as clothing sales fall
By Katie Smith | 11 January 2013
Marks & Spencer chief executive Mark Bolland has come up against increasing pressure after the retailer delivered worse-than-expected third-quarter results with general merchandise taking the majority of the hit.
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