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BBC Worldwide sales hit £1.16bn in a year

Selling TV hits such as the natural history series Africa and Strictly Come Dancing around the world helped the BBC's commercial arm, BBC Worldwide, to boost sales by 3 per cent to £1.16 billion in the year to March.

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Burberry is beating the forecasts as its menswear thrives

Dapper men snapping up Burberry's smart tailoring and accessories helped the luxury brand report forecast-beating sales yesterday.

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Bernard Arnault’s choice of daughter Delphine to take over the world’s greatest luxury brand stable is a smart move

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The All England Lawn Tennis Club prides itself on its sponsor-free stands. But sponsors such as Rolex, Robinsons, Evian and others still manage to get themselves noticed on court, via sponsored scoreboards and fridges. As do the banks and sportswear brands paying to be on players’ kits.

The village of al-Hamidiyeh, north of Qusayr, following its recapture by Assad’s forces. Much of the damage has been caused by rebel mines as well as shellfire

From amid the ruins new hope for Syrian rebels

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Number of female executives at FTSE 100 companies is falling despite efforts to boost women in industry

Female Tory MPs call on major call on major firms to publish detailed information on how many women they employ

Models present creations by Burberry Prorsum during the Spring/Summer 2014 London Collections: Men fashion event in Kensington

There’s an air of David Hockney, but Burberry fails to make a bigger splash

For true fashion fans – which includes the best (but not all) of the fashion press – the international collections are an arena into which new ideas are born. It’s about change, renewal and growth. That makes it sound a little like Carrousel in Logan’s Run.

Elsener with the hugely popular knife: he served the family firm for 70 years before handing over to his son, Carl IV

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Starting as a teenage apprentice cutler, Carl Elsener went on to turn a relatively simple penknife into the global phenomenon that is the multi-functional Swiss Army Knife. He worked for the Swiss family firm Victorinox for 70 years, 57 of them as CEO, and retained the honorary, almost spiritual title "Senior Leader" until his death at the age of 90.

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British Library celebrates all things Gothic

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