Management doubts hit M&S share value
- Myners stays put. // Cabinet Maker;8/13/2004, Issue 5401, p4
Reports on the reappointment of Paul Myners as chairman of Marks & Spencer PLC, a furniture chain, in Great Britain.
- Double figure gains in furniture sector. Friars, Austin // Cabinet Maker;01/19/2001, Issue 5221, p6
Reports on the gains posted by the furniture industry in Great Britain. Gains by Marks & Spencer PLC on a buying spree by investment fund in the United States; Oversupply in shares prior to a trading update.
- Furniture defies M&S sales trend. // Cabinet Maker;01/21/2000, Issue 5171, p5
Reports on an increase in furniture and furnishings sales at Marks & Spencer over the 1999 Christmas period.
- M&S turns up the volume. // Cabinet Maker;11/8/2002, Issue 5312, p2
Reports on an increase in the sale of homewares by Marks and Spencer in the six months ended September 26, 2002.
- A time for buy-in. Whitehead, Mark // People Management;6/3/1999, Vol. 5 Issue 11, p54
Details the problems and challenges facing Mark and Spencer company in Great Britain. Redundancy of positions in the company; Commitment of the company to equal opportunities; Discussion on the strategies the company is employing to solve and address the problems and challenges.
- M&S' new performance strategy starts to sow the seeds of recovery. // Personnel Today;5/21/2002, p3
Reports the restructuring of the human resource team of Marks & Spencer in Great Britain. Integration of employee into the business; Development of talent and capabilities; Recruitment and retention of skilled workers.
- M&S in search to replace key marketer. Jardine, Alexandra // Marketing (00253650);2/17/2000, p7
Reports that Great Britain-based Marks & Spencer plans to look internally for an executive that will fill the post of its director of corporate marketing.
- Marks & Spencer names chief after eight-month hunt. Kleinman, Mark // Marketing (00253650);1/9/2003, p1
Reports on the appointment of Alice Avis as a marketing chief by Marks & Spencer PLC.
- Store group recruits by phone. // In-Store;Nov2003, p6
Reports on British-based store chain Marks and Spencer's recruitment of 12,500 temporary staff for the Christmas 2003 system. Use of a procedure that bypasses application forms and goes straight to a telephone interview; Requirements for applicants; Emphasis on applicants' ability to serve...