UK: Marks & Spencer fashion boss Bostock steps down
By Petah Marian | 10 July 2012
Marks & Spencer today (10 July) confirmed that general merchandise executive director Kate Bostock will leave the company "by mutual consent" as first quarter general merchandise sales plunged.
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