LONDON -- For maverick British entrepreneur Philip Green, the second time around might be the charm in his pursuit of Marks & Spencer, observers said. Green, who was expected last week to bid for the food-and-clothing retailer via his family-owned company, Revival Acquisitions, said in a statement that the proposal to M&S shareholders would be a mix of cash and shares in a new company that would eventually seek a stock market listing. It would be Green's second attempt to buy ...

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