Furniture a casualty of Rose's M&S strategy

July 2004
Cabinet Maker;7/16/2004, Issue 5397, p5
Trade Publication
Reports that furniture will have a smaller role among Marks & Spencer's homeware offer if the chain fends off the takeover attempt of Philip Green.


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