Dyson, along with other senior executives, were rewarded for the improving
fortunes of the once struggling high-street retail store.
Its most recent results showed a 29% rise in pre-tax profits to £965m as
sales increased by 10% to £8.6bn.
His pay though was dwarfed by that of
chief executive Stuart
Rose who took home £3.6m in salary and bonus last year.
M&S requires executive directors to take 60% of their bonuses in shares.
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