M&S backs Rose over shares issue

July 2004
Cabinet Maker;7/2/2004, Issue 5395, p5
Trade Publication
Reports that Marks & Spencer Group PLC has attacked inaccuracies and innuendo in the press coverage of the share dealings of its chief executive, Stuart Rose. Assurance by the company's top executives that Rose's dealings are fair.


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