Former Marks & Spencer chief talks flat-lining progress, the 'crude weapon' of legislation and why collective action is the only answer
Lord Stuart Rose spent four years as the chief executive of Marks & Spencer before assuming the role of executive chair at the retailer in 2008 for a further two years. During his time at M&S Lord Rose...
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