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Marks and Spencer Ltd.

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    • Marks & Spencer
    • M&S (Marks and Spencer Ltd.)
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    • Associated Locale

        (naf) Great Britain
    • Associated Locale

        (naf) England
    • Associated Locale

        (naf) London (England)
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  • Sources

    • found: Its St. Michael: a history ... 1969.
    • found: The rise and fall of Marks & Spencer, 2001:t.p. (Marks & Spencer) p.1 (M&S)
    • found: Report and accounts 1950:t.p. (Marks and Spencer Limited)
    • found: Report and financial statements 1981:t.p. (Marks & Spencer p.l.c.)
    • found: S&P Capital IQ (Firm). Market access profile, 27 Nov. 2014under Marks & Spencer Group plc (one of the U.K.'s leading retailers; the company's stores offer food, clothing and home products; Marks & Spencer Group plc incorporated in England & Wales and, in Mar. 2002, became the parent company of Marks and Spencer plc; Marks and Spencer plc was incorporated 17 June 1926, as Marks and Spencer Limited and became Marks and Spencer plc 23 Feb. 1981; a predecessor company, Marks and Spencer, Limited, was incorporated 4 June 1903; founded in 1884; headquartered in London)
    • found: Wikipedia, viewed 4 Dec. 2014(Marks & Spencer; Michael Marks established his Penny Bazaar on Kirkgate Market, Leeds in 1884; in 1894, when Marks acquired a permanent stall in Leeds' covered market, he invited Tom Spencer to become his partner; in 1901 Marks moved to the Birkenhead open market where he amalgamated with Spencer; the pair were allocated stall numbers 11 & 12 in the centre aisle in 1903, and there they opened the famous Penny Bazaar; the company left Birkenhead Market on 24 February 1923; over the next few years market stalls were opened in many locations around the North West of England and the original Leeds Penny Bazaar was moved to 20 Cheetham Hill Road, Manchester)
    • found: DueDil website, viewed 4 Dec. 2014(Marks and Spencer P.L.C., incorporated 17 June 1926 [as Marks and Spencer Limited])
  • Change Notes

    • 1980-12-08: new
    • 2014-12-05: revised
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