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M&S looking over Safeway, too

British clothes and food retailer Marks and Spencer Group plc (MS) may enter a six-way battle for the country's fourth biggest grocery chain Safeway plc, the I>Daily Mail/Ireported yesterday.

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Leaders come in various moulds

By S. HADI ABDULLAH

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Marks and Spencer says downturn to last longer

Marks and Spencer issued a shock profit warning and said a consumer downturn was likely to be deeper and last longer than previously expected, sending its shares plunging over 20% to a near seven-year low.

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Marks and Spencer’s Rose faces battle to save job

Marks and Spencer Plc (MS) boss Stuart Rose, lauded for reviving the landmark British retailer just a year ago, is battling to save his job after bungled management changes and a big profit warning.

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Marks and Spencer full year profit up 4%

LONDON: British food and clothing retailer Marks and Spencer Group PLC has reported a rise in full year profit of nearly 4 percent amid higher sales.

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British stocks switch attention to economic data

LONDON: LONDON investors will switch their attention to British economic growth data and annual earnings from clothing-to-food retailer Marks and Spencer this week.

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Setting the financial education cornerstone

Recent financial market instabilities, an aging population and the direct link found between financial illiteracy and inadequate retirement funds for individuals are three hot topics these days.

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M&S brings comfy knickers, curry back to Paris

PARIS (Reuters) - The French may scoff at British cooking and fashion, but retailer Marks Spencer reckons Parisians are yearning for its ready-made chicken tikka masala, gourmet chutney and sensible knickers.

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Big retailer is watching you, matching online tracking

The next time you walk into a shop, consider this: You may not be using your phone, but it is giving out a unique signal that the retailer may be monitoring.

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Govt does not expect immediate sharp increase in revenue

THE Government does not expect an immediate sharp increase in its revenue as a result of implementing the Goods and Services Tax (GST).