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Marks & Spencer said to be considering an offer for Jaeger and Austin Reed

Marks & Spencer is thought to be in ‘pole position’ to buy Jaeger, Austin Reed and Jacques Vert. // M&S directors said to be looking into snapping up trio of brands from Philip Day // Reports come after Jaeger makes cuts to store and staff numbers in wake of administration Marks & Spencer directors are …

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parcelLab marks 5th anniversary and expansion strategy – Retail News – A1 Retail Magazine

Post-purchase and operations experience start-up, parcelLab, celebrates five years of strong business growth, increasing global headcount to 80 people parcelLab, the post-purchase and operations experience specialist founded in Germany in 2015, has almost doubled its headcount with a raft of new hires to support its expansion efforts both in the UK and globally. The announcement, which comes on the same day as parcelLab celebrates …

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Marks & Spencer considers temporary store closures | Business

Marks & Spencer is planning for potential temporary store closures and the pub chain owner JD Wetherspoon warned that sales are plummeting as the coronavirus continues to hammer high street businesses. M&S said it is seeing “substantial declines” in its clothing and home business as shoppers stay at home, and it is redeploying a “significant” …

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Marks & Spencer depot closures put nearly 700 jobs at risk | Business

Marks & Spencer is closing two of its clothing distribution centres in a move that puts almost 700 jobs at risk. The struggling retailer is revamping its warehouse network to save money and improve stock availability, which is a long-running problem in its high street stores. On Thursday, M&S said the sites in Long Eaton …

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Marks & Spencer feels the squeeze as focus on skinny jeans fails to fire | Business

After an era where skinny jeans ruled supreme, men’s trouser styles are becoming more relaxed and unstructured, with oversized fits becoming de rigueur. So there is some irony that Marks & Spencer was caught out this Christmas by its decision to replace some of its older “relaxed” fit trouser styles with tighter fitting jeans and …

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Marks & Spencer sales hit by too many mince pies and skinny jeans | Business

Marks & Spencer shares have fallen sharply after its Christmas sales were dented by rivals’ discounts as well as its own buying mistakes after it stocked up on too many men’s skinny jeans. A pickup in trade in M&S food halls over the holiday period helped the high street retailer deliver its first positive quarterly …

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Marks & Spencer profits plunge as clothing sales continue to fall | Business

Marks & Spencer has reported a fresh slump in clothing sales as poor levels of availability in its stores were compounded by an out-of-date supply chain. The chief executive, Steve Rowe, blamed the 5.5% decline in like-for-like clothing sales on buying errors that meant popular sizes sold out too quickly. A new design team was …

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Marks & Spencer profits plunge as clothing sales continue to fall | Business

Marks & Spencer has reported a fresh slump in clothing sales but insisted it was “making up for lost time” in the run-up to the key Christmas trading period. The chief executive, Steve Rowe, blamed the 5.5% decline in like-for-like clothing sales in the first six months of its financial year on supply chain problems …

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