Marks and Parks

Pick up the pieces: when they joined M&S, Constantine (right) and Dyson inherited a property strategy in disarray

Marks & Spencer finance chief Ian Dyson and property chief Clem Constantine tell Christine Eade the full story behind the retailer’s property strategy, unveiled to the City last week.

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