‘Maybe, just maybe, Marks & Spencer has turned a corner’

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As Marks & Spencer prepares to issue full-year results next week maybe, just maybe, the worst is behind it as it promotes the people who delivered change.

The ‘worst’ lasted a long time – pretty much since Stuart Rose left a decade ago after rescuing M&S from the clutches of Philip Green. Incumbent chief executive Steve Rowe and chair Archie Norman have been engaged in a turnaround programme throughout their tenures.

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