What would have happened if Sir Philip Green bought Marks and Spencer? Ex M&S boss says Topshop tycoon's woes are 'an object lesson of what happens if you don’t stay relevant' - and he 'dreads to think' about his bid for high street giant | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

What would have happened if Sir Philip Green bought Marks and Spencer? Ex M&S boss says Topshop tycoon's woes are 'an object lesson of what happens if you don’t stay relevant' - and he 'dreads to think' about his bid for high street giant

A former boss of Marks & Spencer said the downfall of Sir Philip Green's Arcadia Group is 'an object lesson of what happens if you don’t stay relevant'.

Lord Stuart Rose said he 'dreads to think' what would have happened if Sir Philip had bought M&S in 2004 - when the Tory life peer was the British retailer's Chief Executive.

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