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Former M&S chief sheds light on retailer’s deal to sell its HK operation to Al-Futtaim
The late artist’s images have appeared on everything from watches to trainers, but is it devaluing the work?
The island, famed for hedonism and haute hippies, is gaining commercial traction as luxury fashion brands join the party
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The annual Oxford v Cambridge university rowing contest puts some of capital’s loveliest properties in the spotlight
‘Uncertainty causes recessions because it makes consumers, employers and investors hesitate before spending’
The swish street has come a long way since its first cluster of houses was built for £15,000 in 1776
Dollar extends advance against yen
The industry has disappointed pension fund and individual clients
Performances, talks and exhibitions — both conventional and experimental — are being staged to celebrate the Bard’s legacy
The effect of making everything cheap in most other currencies is showing
For a decade, it has been the tale of two very different cities when it comes to high-end homes — but what does the future hold?
Robin Swithinbank discovers he would rather have an orange than an Apple Watch
How do the two Boat Race competitors compare as cities in which to buy a home?
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