Simon Marks


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English businessman who created a retail chain (1888-1964)

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The open date and status above indicate when Simon Marks Jewish Primary School opened or when it changed to its most recent incarnation, with a number of schools converting to academies in recent years.
1884: Simon Marks and Tom Spencer (Marks & Spencer) opened their first store in Leeds.
1884: EmigrA Simon Marks and Yorkshireman Tom Spencer (Marks & Spencer) opened their first store in Leeds.
1884 Emigre Simon Marks and Yorkshireman Tom Spencer (Marks & Spencer) opened their first store in Leeds.
Simon Marks is president and chief correspondent of Feature Story News, an independent broadcast news agency.
1884 Emigre Simon Marks and Yorkshireman Tom Spencer opened their first store in Leeds.
Rachel's romance with 23-year-old student Simon Marks was idyllic for the first two months - until she met Helen at a party.
A classic example of the first approach took place in 1956 when Sir Simon Marks, chairman of the British retail chain Marks and Spencer, ordered a study to be done on its paperwork system.
Back, from left: Duncan Mathieson, Simon Marks, Greg Dalton, William Sherlock, Gerard Ludlow, Charlotte Fullard, Dan Barchet, Richard Vaughan.
1964: Lord Simon Marks. British retailer of Marks & Spencer fame.
``Rejoice, we conquer, '' he gasped -- then dropped dead 929 King Wenceslaus of Bohemia, Good King Wenceslas of the Christmas Carol, died in Star a Boleslav 1865 Elizabeth Garrett Anderson qualified to become Britain's first practising woman doctor 1884 Emigre Simon Marks and Yorkshireman Tom Spencer (Marks & Spencer) opened their first store in Leeds 1923 The Radio Times was first published 1964 Harpo Marx, the silent one who chased girls and played the harp, died aged 75 1978 Pope John Paul I died after only 33 days as Pontiff
From shop floor to boardroom, insiders - including the grandson of founding father Simon Marks to chairman and chief executive Luc Vandevelde - give a unique insight into to the bastion's rise, fall and future.
There seems to be no lapse by US reporters for which Simon Marks will not apologize.
1865 - Elizabeth Garrett Anderson qualified to become Britain's first practising woman doctor1894 - Simon Marks and Tom Spencer (Marks & Spencer) opened their first store1923 - The Radio Times was first published.
City executive for Birmingham Simon Marks said: "The West Midlands is one of the true powerhouse regions of the UK, with a hard-earned global reputation for advanced manufacturing helping to put the region firmly on the international map.