By John Glenday
Marks & Spencer’s clothing home and beauty business could find itself rudderless amid reports that its head, heralded as a saviour of the ailing division upon her appointment in May 2017, could be about to quit.
Reports on Sky suggest that Jill McDonald is considering her position, threatening to throw the division into fresh turmoil as it seeks to turn the ailing unit around but neither McDonald nor M&S itself will comment publicly.
McDonald’s possible departure spells a further headache for chief executive Steve Rowe who had hand-picked the former fast-food marketer to head up its own non-food Read full story ›
Source: The Drum