Here is a roundup of the top five most-read stories on just-style this week. Click on each headline for the full story.

Rosier future at M&S

UK: M&S boss Sir Stuart Rose to stay until 2011
Marks & Spencer chief Sir Stuart Rose on Monday put an end to speculation about his future by agreeing to stay with the retail giant until July 2011 as part of a raft of management changes announced today (10 March).

French Connection FY slump

UK: French Connection FY profit dip "not good enough"
French Connection boss Stephen Marks admitted the retailer's performance was "not good enough" after announcing a 24.4% fall in full-year pre-tax profit on Wednesday (12 March).

Levi Strauss slates site closure

PHILIPPINES: Levi Strauss to close Manila plant
Jeans company Levi Strauss & Co is to shut its production plant in Manila and outsource Asian manufacturing, resulting in the loss of more than 250 jobs. The company has operated the plant in the Philippines since 1972, supplying Levi's jeans for Asian markets.

Men's Wearhouse looks to adapt

US: Men's Wearhouse to close facility as Q4 profits plunge
Retailer Men's Wearhouse yesterday unveiled plans to close its Golden Brand manufacturing facility after announcing a profit nosedive in the company's fourth quarter.

Liz Claiborne losses

US: Liz Claiborne swings to quarterly loss
US Fashion firm Liz Claiborne today reported net loss in the fourth quarter of US$436m compared to net income of $73m in the fourth quarter 2007, dragged down by restructuring charges.