Rose steps in at M & S as Green bides his time

June 2004
Cabinet Maker;6/4/2004, Issue 5391, p3
Trade Publication
Report on the appointment of Stuart Rose as the chief executive officer of Marks & Spencer Group PLC in Great Britain. Career history; Responsibilities of Rose on the company's faltering recovery; Goals and priorities of Rose for the company.


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