Simon Marks


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Noun1.Simon Marks - English businessman who created a retail chain (1888-1964)
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Simon Marks, cities director, Birmingham, at Arcadis said: "Birmingham has shown very well on this first Sustainable Cities Index, beating some very high-profile cities along the way, which is impressive in itself.
Today, Simon marks 25 years on Britain's most famous street and couldn't be happier with his life.
Simon Marks, in his first Welsh Castles Relay race, completed the 7.
Jones will succeed Simon Marks, who has decided to return to reporting and production.
1894: Simon Marks and Tom Spencer opened their Penny Bazaar in Manchester.
49er action from EoACAyTeam EC' Benji Borg and Seb Ripard from Malta and Britain's Simon Marks and Nick Murray; plus Extreme 40 head-to-heads against champion windsurfer, Guy Cribb and, for the first time in the circuit's five year history, a day of racing was cancelled entirely due to excessive wind and sea conditions on day four.
in 2002, Saberi caught the attention of Simon Marks, president of Feature Story News, an agency that distributes broadcast news packages to radio and television stations globally.
1884: EmigrA Simon Marks and Yorkshireman Tom Spencer (Marks & Spencer) opened their first store in Leeds.
1884: Simon Marks and 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.
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.
Rachel's romance with 23-year-old student Simon Marks was idyllic for the first two months - until she met Helen at a party.