Michael Marks polish: Michał Marks, (1859, 1863 or 1864 – 31 December 1907), was one of the two co-founders of the retail chain Marks & Spencer.
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... In 1894, Marks decided that if he was to expand the business further he would need a business partner ... managed the office and warehouse, and Marks, who continued to run the market stalls ... Together, Spencer and Marks were able to open stores in Manchester, Birmingham, Liverpool, Middlesbrough, Sheffield, Bristol, Hull, Sunderland and Cardiff ...
... The company was founded by a partnership between Michael Marks, a Polish Jew from Slonim, Poland (now in Belarus), and Thomas Spencer, a cashier from Yorkshire ... On his arrival in England, Marks worked for a company in Leeds, called Barran, which employed refugees (see Sir John Barran, 1st Baronet) ... Dewhirst lent Marks £5 which he used to establish his Penny Bazaar on Kirkgate Market, in Leeds ...
... Michael, a police informant working for Eric Matthews, appears in the opening scene of Saw II, with the two halves of a spike-filled helmet locked around his neck ... Jigsaw believed that Michael had wasted his life by simply watching others' activity in order to survive, he has to give up that ability ... Michael is seen again later in a flashback in Saw IV, in the waiting room of Jill's clinic ...
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