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Shares in Mulberry plummeted nearly 30 per cent in early London trading after the luxury brand issued its third profit warning under chief executive Bruno Guillon.

James Ashton: Let's see Parker pack his bags and go postal

Tim Parker tried to convince me he was staying put when he breezed into my office this week, but I still suspect it won’t be long before the private equity world’s favourite boss has found something new to occupy his mind.

10 years of Freecycle: Matchmaking compulsive off-loaders with the vaguely needy

I’ve no idea why it takes many sofa suppliers six weeks to deliver a sofa, but it does and as a result I’ve got nothing to sit on in my new gaff except an expanse  of scruffy laminate. The idea  of buying a sofa to sit on while  I wait for a sofa to arrive seems needlessly extravagant, so I’ve turned to the global network dedicated to giving away stuff and getting stuff for free.

A 30-second silence marked the start of the London Marathon in an expression of solidarity for the victims of the atrocities in Boston.

London Marathon 2013: From Buzz Lightyear to Ed Balls, London’s runners get home safe amid heightened security

Competitors observe a 30-second silence before the start of the men's elite race and runners  have been encouraged to wear black ribbons

Bag it: Your luggage should be able to withstand the demands of the journey

Henrietta Thompson: Should we get emotional about baggage?

Something to Declare

Travel Agenda: The Refinery in New York City; new Generator Hostel opens in Berlin and new range of travel luggage by Knomo

From hip Berlin hostels to luxury luggage and Wallace & Gromit's Thrill-o-Matic ride

More embarrassment for New York Post after it wrongly identifies Boston bombing pair on front page

A newspaper front page that wrongly identified two innocent men as the prime suspects in the Boston marathon bombing has renewed embarrassment for the New York Post newspaper, just days after it erroneously reported that 12 people had died in the incident when the death toll was in fact three.

The 10 Best gym bags

You've got the trendy trainers and the high-performance kit, now its time to get to and from the work-out in style

Laura Bailey models the Fernworthy bag, £399

Getting a handle on it

The world of handbags is fiercely competitive, but the Radley brand is a real homegrown success story, says Emma Akbareian

Three men jailed for child rapist's murder

Three men are to be sentenced after being found guilty of murdering a convicted child rapist in Dorset.

Stay dry - and dapper

Don’t let the April showers catch you  out. Work out which waterproof works for you, says Lee Holmes

Ex-rugby player Inga Tuigamala and former boxer David Tua

Bad news for Samoa's prop forwards: airline introduces 'pay-as-you-weigh' pricing

The pre-holiday diet just got even more important for those planning on travelling on Samoa Air, which has announced that its passengers will “pay only for what you weigh”.

She’s the hoss: Quentin Jones models the new collection

The devil is in Ms Quentin Jones' detail

The Illustrator and film maker is proud of her work with Spanish label Hoss Intropia

Clockwise from top left: Carolina Herrera 212 Men Eau de Toilette £28.50, 020-7494 6220; Ultimate Brushless Shave Cream £15, Kiehl’s, kiehls.co.uk; Sport 4-in-1 Sportwash £16, from 16 May, Molton Brown, moltonbrown.co.uk; Skin Energy Q10 Double Action Balm £7.49, Nivea for Men, boots.com; All-in-one Face Treatment £22, Lab Series Pro LS, labseries.co.uk; Blu Mediterraneo Mirto di Panarea Perfumed Deodorant £25, Acqua di Parma, acquadiparma.com

Men: Fresh ways to start the day

Symbolically, we all now know that blue isn’t just for boys, but when it comes to a spritz or splash, the hue represents clean, fresh masculinity better than any other – bringing to mind as it does the sea and the sky.

The 10 Best high-street handbags

It’s easy to update your accessories when beautiful styles like these are available at prices to suit modest budgets

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