UK: George Davies To Stay At M&S, Good H1 Results
By just-style.com | 8 November 2005
High-street retailer Marks & Spencer today reported a 19.6 per cent hike in first-half profits - and made the surprise announcement that Per Una founder George Davies is to stay on at the company, a month after handing in his resignation.
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