Quote/unquote: M&S chief Sir Stuart Rose
By just-style.com | 20 March 2009
Sir Stuart Rose is one of UK food retail's more engaging characters and yesterday (19 March) the Marks & Spencer boss gave his views on the recent criticism levelled at the retailer; the outlook for the UK economy; and his plans for retirement.
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