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Luxury fashion shifting to the middle ground
Luxury goods positioned at accessible price points are a key industry battleground, and increasingly the core revenue drivers of some of the fastest growing luxury goods players, including Mulberry, Jimmy Choo, Burberry, Coach and Michael Kors. But is ...
Chow Tai Fook Profit Surges 79% on China Jewelry Demand
The world's biggest listed jewelry retailer raised about HK$15.8 billion in a public offering last December and joins companies including Burberry Group Plc and Prada SpA in betting on China's demand for luxury goods. Chow Tai Fook plans to double ...
Giovanni Ribisi Marries Agyness Deyn
Deyn, 29, is a British model and budding actress who has appeared in ads for Burberry and Vivienne Westwood, among other designers.
Diageo's star rises in the East
He has one, possibly two, new distilleries in his sights and half of the group's existing 28 distilleries in Scotland will be expanded to meet the spike in demand.
ASK THE EXPERTS: Endowment bonus is only �90 so should I cash it in?
Cauldon Group changed its name to Reece plc in November 1990. Administrators were appointed to the manufacturing company in November 2001.
Carpetright sales start to pick up despite 'difficult' times for customers
The group, which has 490 stores in the UK, has seen its profits take a downward spiral from �17million last year and �62million in 2008.
PM meets world's richest man
Mexico is the world's largest producer of smart phones. Over 90% of them carry chips designed by UK firm ARM. Mexico is a growing market for British design such as Burberry clothing, Mulberry bags and Jimmy Choo shoes. Politics · David Cameron · Mexico.
Bob Diamond's colossal wealth: How the Barclays boss in the eye of the Libor ...
Exact details were not included in the annual report of the main Barclays Group and as there was no open market in BGI shares, their price and therefore the profits being made was determined internally.
CITY INTERVIEW: Technology is key to UK growth, says Oxford Instruments boss
While the banks have been battered, the euro has crumbled and stock markets have shivered in the past three years, one British company has seen its share price rise more than 750 per cent.
RUTH SUNDERLAND: Rebel shareholders need to yell louder against firms
Unless investors engage with companies themselves, they will be utterly incapable of steering UK plc towards better governance.