M&S Direct confusion hits furniture sales

July 2001
Cabinet Maker;7/20/2001, Issue 5247, p6
Trade Publication
Reports the impact of mail order clothing business closure on the furniture sales of Marks & Spencer PLC. Percentage of sales deflation; Reversal of the decision concerning the closure of home mail order business; Plans of executive chairman Luc Vandevelde to alleviate the problem.


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