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  • M&S’s Bolland May Have Year to Revive Clothing as Sales Slump

    Marks & Spencer Group Plc Chief Executive Officer Marc Bolland may have only a year to prove he can revive Britain’s biggest clothing retailer after reporting a sixth straight quarterly drop in non-food sales.

  • Marks & Spencer Buyout Seen as Stock Below Peak: Real M&A

    Marks & Spencer Group Plc, the 128- year-old store chain, is offering private-equity shoppers the biggest bargain in more than seven years versus its main U.K. clothing competitor.

  • Marks & Spencer Returns Dwindle Amid Lingerie Sales to French

    Marks & Spencer Group Plc’s plan to sell British stilton cheese and lingerie to the French may hold even less appeal to investors than to Champs Elysees shoppers.

  • Tesco's Clarke Faces `Big Struggle' in U.K. as Rivals Close In

    Philip Clarke spent the last seven years helping Tesco Plc expand across the globe. When he succeeds Terry Leahy as chief executive officer next week, his first task is to take back Britain.

  • Tesco Shareholders Give Clarke Six Months to Turn U.K. Around

    Tesco Plc Chief Executive Officer Philip Clarke, who took direct control of the grocer’s domestic business three months ago, has until the end of the year to convince some investors he can return the U.K. to growth after four quarters of declining sales.

  • Three Southern Mississippi Football Players Shot After Fight At Nightclub

    Nov. 14 (Washington Post) -- Three Southern Mississippi players are in fair condition at a Hattiesburg hospital after being shot during a fight at a nightclub early Sunday morning, city police spokesman Sgt. Allen Murray told the Associated Press. Hours after Southern Mississippi earned a 31-21 win at then-No. 25 Central Florida, fifth-year senior linebacker Martez Smith, junior linebacker Tim Green and junior defensive end Deddrick Jones were involved in a fight that began inside Remington's Hunt Club before spilling into the parking lot, where the shootings occurred. Green and Jones had played against Central Florida. Smith - previously the starting middle linebacker - suffered a season-ending knee injury in October. . . . Boise State starting middle linebacker Byron Hout will miss the remainder of the season with a broken foot, Broncos Coach Chris Petersen told reporters Sunday. Hout will undergo surgery later this week after breaking his

  • Gourmet Grocer Ocado's Initial Offer May Be `Act of Faith' for Investors

    Ocado Ltd. has become the U.K.’s fastest-growing online grocer by enticing London shoppers with its vans of gourmet food. Luring investors to an initial public offering may be a tougher sell.

  • Tesco Loses Magic Profit Touch as Its ‘Big Price Drop’ Flops

    Tesco Plc investors are questioning whether the U.K.’s largest retailer has lost its magic touch.

  • Southern Mississippi Earns 24-17 Win Over Nevada in Hawaii Bowl

    Austin Davis passed for 165 yards and two touchdowns to lead the University of Southern Mississippi to a 24-17 win over the University of Nevada in college football’s Hawaii Bowl.

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