M&S appoints Swannell as chair to replace Rose


Retail giant Marks and Spencer has announced Robert Swannell will take over as chairman of the company in 2011.

The former investment banker, who spent 30 years with Schroders/Citigroup, will join the board as a non-executive director on 4 October before assuming the chairmanship on 4 January. Sir Stuart Rose...

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