Never mind dining in for a tenner - Sir Stuart Rose had his eye on an even better bargain last week at Marks & Spencer’s 125th birthday bash last week.
You don't get to the top by trying to be friends with everyone. Take Irene Rosenfeld, for instance, whose indifference to the pleas of our humble MPs resulted in the Daily Mail mocking up an image of the Kraft boss being sent to the Tower...
Morrisons boss Philips could be at risk of losing the common touch too. During a recent conference call with hacks he struggled to recall the everyday term for a product that's fairly familiar to most. "Bin bags," he was eventually...
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