By  on July 11, 2019

LONDON — The boss of clothing and home at Marks & Spencer is out amid supply chain challenges, floundering sales, shrinking shop floors and customers looking to competitors for their seasonal fashion and basics.

The company said in a terse statement Thursday that Jill McDonald was “leaving the business” nearly two years after she took over as managing director of Clothing and Home, a new role. M&S said that chief executive officer Steve Rowe would be taking over the leadership of the business directly in the near term.

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