Marks and Spencer boss Marc Bolland blamed website teething problems as the chain’s homeware and clothing division registered its 12th quarter in a row of declining sales. Photograph:  Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire

Marks and Spencer, the UK’s largest clothing retailer, said apparel sales resumed their decline in the first quarter as customers took time to adapt t(...)

M&S chief executive Marc Bolland yesterday reported the retailer’s eighth consecutive decline in general merchandise sales, largely clothing but also taking in home and footwear. Photograph: Adrian Brooks/Imagewise/PA Wire

A cheer echoed around Wembley Stadium, the home of English football, yesterday morning, not in celebration of a goal but in response to news from Mark(...)

 Full-year profits at Marks & Spencer fell to £665 million, their lowest level in four years. Photo: PA Wire

British retailer Marks & Spencer posted its lowest annual profit since 2009 this morning as a struggling clothing and homewares division dr(...)

Marks & Spencer. Its sales have been falling for the past two years and chief executive Marc Bolland is pinning his hopes for a revival on these new clothing ranges, the first full collection his new fashion team has put together.

City analysts aren’t generally known for their fashion flair but last night they were given first sight of key pieces in the crucial autumn-win(...)