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Carole Waugh has not been seen since 4 May

Conmen killed oil executive and escort Carole Waugh and used her money to buy gold bullion, court told

Her money was used to buy gold bullion and coins and Krugerands before her body was finally found three-and-a-half months later

Suave conman who swindled blind widow out of home is tracked down

Scotland Yard seeking extradition from  Germany of fraudster Mogens Hauschildt

Georg Jensen bought by Investcorp

The Middle East investment house that previously owned and floated Gucci, Saks Fifth Avenue and Tiffany & Co is turning its hand to a Danish upmarket jeweller.

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Carole Waugh has not been seen since 4 May

Now it's a murder case: suspect held over missing oil executive Carole Waugh

Man said to have posed as brother of Carole Waugh arrested at Luton Airport

A nice trade in tiaras: Glasgow Airport sells off Duchess of Argyll's very posh lost property

A diamond tiara is not among the usual items handed in to the lost and found department at Glasgow Airport. But when £100,000 of jewellery, including a Victorian headpiece, was found by the British Airports Authority (BAA), they sold it on rather than tracking down its distraught owner who had reported it missing several months before.

Posh babies are next for Net-a-Porter mulls baby move

Luxury online retailer Net-a-Porter is hoping to tap into the demand for expensive childrenswear, home furnishings and cosmetics with early-stage plans for three new websites, The Independent has learned.

Greenfield says: 'I have a day job, so it's such a luxury to take a day off and work at home'

One Minute With: Susan Greenfield, scientist & broadcaster

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Wealthy are still buying Burberry

The luxury goods brand Burberry has revealed a storming 22 per cent rise in third-quarter sales, despite the economic storm clouds.

Quote of the day: Jace Tyrrell

Mulberry's new boss is in the bag

The handbags maker Mulberry has poached its new chief executive from French luxury goods house Hermès.

Jewellery owned by Elizabeth Taylor on display

Liz Taylor's jewellery collection fetches £74m at auction

Elizabeth Taylor's jewellery collection fetched a record-setting 115 million dollars (£74 million) at auction - including more than 11.8 million dollars (£7.6 million) for a pearl necklace.

March of the new order, as Mulberry sales soar

Tourists shopping in London helped Mulberry post a 231 per cent rise in half yearly profits to £15.6m yesterday as its retail sales rose 47 per cent and wholesale orders surged 93 per cent.

Julian Baggini: Is generosity a luxury we can't afford? Frankly, I don't buy it

The latest British Social Attitudes report offers an annual opportunity for commentators to jump to conclusions about the precise ways in which the country is going to pot, for that is always how its findings are interpreted. This year, the headline theme is selfish individualism.

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