Rise and Fall of Marks & Spencer by Judi Bevan
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Rise and Fall of Marks & Spencer
By Judi Bevan

The Rise and Fall of Marks & Spencer

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Rise and Fall of Marks & Spencer by Judi Bevan

Book Awards

  • Winner of WH Smith Book Awards (Fiction) 2002.

Book Description

For decades Marks & Spencer was the most successful retailer in the world. Its clothes were a byword for affordable quality and its food halls pioneered ready-prepared meals. Then suddenly they were dowdy, the staff deserted in droves and the shares plummeted - but the annual results in April 2006 show that the company is on the mend. What went wrong and how have things improved? In new chapters covering the Philip Green bid and the Stuart Rose recovery plan, and covering the Christmas 2006 trading figures, Judi Bevan reveals all.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9781861978981
ISBN-10: 1861978987
Format: Paperback
(198mm x 130mm x 22mm)
Pages: 352
Imprint: Profile Business
Publisher: Profile Books Ltd
Publish Date: 1-Mar-2007
Country of Publication: United Kingdom

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Author Biography - Judi Bevan

Judi Bevan is a freelance financial journalist and writer. She began her career on the Investors Chronicle as a trainee reporter in 1975. From there she moved to Financial Weekly, the Daily Mail and the Sunday Telegraph working as a financial reporter. She moved to the Sunday Times as deputy City editor in 1986, leaving three years later to write a novel, The Insiders, a City thriller. In 1989 she published The New Tycoons, co-authored with her future husband. For most of the 1990s she wrote a personal profile of a leading business figure each week for the Sunday Telegraph business section. She has also written for a variety of other publications including the Evening Standard, Financial Times and Harpers & Queen. She lives in London with her husband John Jay and daughter Josephine Chun Rui.

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