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Investment Insider: Is it clever to play follow the leader?

Sometimes a business, and not its boss, is where the value lies

Harry Styles wins British Style Award

Being a member of One Direction has some serious pulling power when it comes to influencing a public vote.

Burberry to appeal Chinese trademark suspension on iconic tartan pattern

The decision will not come into effect until the appeal is heard and it would only affect Burberry's leather goods division.

Liv Garfield, Chief Executive, Severn Trent

Page 3 Profile: Liv Garfield, Chief Executive, Severn Trent

She looks like a smart cookie...

Liv Garfield has led BT's expansion of its fibre-optic network as boss of its Openreach division

Telecom star Liv Garfield set for splash landing

Liv Garfield, head of BT Openreach, will become only the fifth female CEO in the FTSE 100 when she takes over at Severn Water

Helen Mirren as Queen Elizabeth I in Peter Morgan's play 'The Audience'

Helen Mirren and Billie Piper go head to head at Evening Standard Theatre Awards

Othello's Rory Kinnear is nominated in two categories for best actor and most promising playwright for 'The Herd'

Angela Ahrendts spent more than seven years with Burberry, transforming it into a global luxury brand with a growing presence in emerging markets

Burberry shares fall as departure of Angela Ahrendts to Apple shocks the City

Chief executive could walk away with nearly £19 million

Angela Ahrendts to join iPhone and iPad maker Apple in shock departure from Burberry

The luxury goods brand's respected CEO will become the technology giant's senior vice president for retail and online stores

The Week Ahead: Investors unlikely to clean up on McBride

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There is pressure for the City to clean up its act, but today’s first-quarter update from soap-to-detergent maker McBride might not be what people had in mind. Analysts expect the squeaky-clean update to be largely lacklustre because its results usually improve in the second half.

James Moore: Robin Hood in reverse – poor are set to suffer as Royal Mail floats

Outlook: Critics of the planned listing reckon valuation could be £1.2bn light

On the up – the number of women in British boardrooms rises to 19%

Vince Cable believes target of 25 per cent female representation by 2015 can be met

From Burberry to Harvey Nichols for Stacey Cartwright?

Upmarket London department store Harvey Nichols is close to appointing a new chief executive, and former Burberry finance chief Stacey Cartwright has emerged as a candidate for the post.

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Hot fuzz: Break out the autumn fur

Fur is big news for autumn, but animal lovers need not fret – faking it has never been easier, says Rebecca Gonsalves

One Direction star Harry Styles who says he has no plans to follow his pal Cara Delevingne down the catwalk.

Not my Styles: One Direction's Harry has no plans to follow Cara Delevingne into fashion career

One Direction star Harry Styles says he has no plans to follow his pal Cara Delevingne down the catwalk.

Market Report: Burberry does it in style and hits a high

Traders don’t usually pay attention to London Fashion Week but one of its stars was à la mode yesterday in the City. The British brand Burberry was feted by HSBC’s luxury experts who added it to their Super Ten Portfolio and said “its digital  vision sets the group apart.”

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