Sameena Jabeen Ahmed in 'Catch Me Daddy'

Catch Me Daddy — film review

Brilliant cinematography turns this story into gold

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Stuart Gulliver, group chief executive HSBC, attends a press conference about the bank's interim results in Hong Kong, China, on Tuesday, Aug. 2, 2011. Photographer: Jerome Favre/Bloomberg *** Local Caption ***Peter Wong=====================XXXX speaks during a news conference in Hong Kong, China, on Tuesday, Aug. 2, 2011. HSBC, which plans to eliminate 30,000 jobs globally by the end of 2013 to curtail surging salary costs, said a "war for talent" in Asia will drive up compensation for bankers in region. Photographer: Jerome Favre/Bloomberg *** Local Caption *** =================Stuart Gulliver, group chief executive officer of HSBC Holdings Plc, speaks during a news conference in Hong Kong, China, on Tuesday, Aug. 2, 2011. HSBC, which plans to eliminate 30,000 jobs globally by the end of 2013 to curtail surging salary costs, said a "war for talent" in Asia will drive up compensation for bankers in region. Photographer: Jerome Favre/Bloomberg *** Local Caption *** Stuart Gulliver ©Bloomberg
HSBC’s chief executive has been dragged into the tax-evasion scandal surrounding Europe’s biggest bank. In February 2011, soon after taking on the role, he spoke about his plans for the bank - and why finance was not his first choice
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A new survey has revealed that four out of five women don’t have a bath or shower every day. This month Charlotte Sinclair urged us to rediscover the joys of bath time

The unstoppable rise of independent film

The big studios are largely shut out from the race for this year’s Best Picture Oscar. By Tom Shone

View of the Matterhorn’s north face
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Tragedy and triumph on the Matterhorn

The first ascent ended in disaster but propelled mountaineering into the public imagination. As Switzerland readies for the 150th anniversary, Ed Douglas tackles the summit

Pierre-Auguste Renoir<br>French, 1841-1919<br>Two Sisters (On the Terrace), 1881<br>Oil on canvas<br>100.4 x 80.9 cm (39 ½ x 31 7/8 in.)<br>Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Larned Coburn Memorial Collection<br>1933.455<br>The Art Institute of Chicago

Paul Durand-Ruel: pioneering art dealer

Jackie Wullschlager on how one entrepreneurial Parisian supported the Impressionists

Lunch with the FT illustration of He Jiahong by Luke Waller
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He Jiahong

Over a buffet lunch in Beijing, the Chinese law professor and anti-corruption campaigner talks about writing crime novels — and how he won over his wife’s family

Tom Ford hits Hollywood

The designer’s west coast AW15 show reflects LA’s new status as a fashion hub

The reception area at La Réserve Paris

Hotel insider: La Réserve Paris

A processed-meat magnate turned hotelier is challenging the grandes dames of the Paris hotel scene

Portraits of Alexander McQueen

Two new books offer a glimpse into the life of the late British fashion designer. Review by Jo Ellison

'Beautiful — The Carole King Musical'
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Beautiful — The Carole King Musical, Aldwych Theatre, London — review

Vocal performances let down great pop songs in this bio-musical

An illustration by Adam Hancher depicting Randy Boyagoda reading 'The Satanic Verses' in the subway
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Randy Boyagoda

The Canadian writer on Salman Rushdie, Richard John Neuhaus and the relevance of reading and religion

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