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    10:48PM

    Small-cap Week, September 20

    Boohoo.com bounced back above its March flotation price this week, in spite of another profit warning from its nearest By Bryce Elder

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    Alibaba’s IPO banks split $250m fee pool

    Banks working on Alibaba’s initial public offering stand to split fees worth more than $250m after a successful first day By Tom Braithwaite and Nicole Bullock in New York

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    Q&A: the return of Nicolas Sarkozy

    Who is Nicolas Sarkozy? Nicolas Paul Stéphane Sarkozy de Nagy-Bocsa was France’s 23rd president, from May 2007 until his By Adam Thomson in Paris

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    10:09PM

    Labour vows to tackle gender pay gap

    Large employers will have to be more transparent over how much they pay their staff under a future Labour government, as By Elizabeth Rigby, Deputy Political Editor

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    9:31PM

    GE eyes oil group Dresser-Rand

    General Electric has held talks with Dresser-Rand about a possible acquisition of the US oilfield equipment manufacturer, By Arash Massoudi in London, Ed Hammond and Ed Crooks in New York and Chris Bryant in Frankfurt

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    9:30PM

    Chain reactions: savvy supply is key to success in the African market

    Luxury retailers are eyeing the African continent as one of the next frontier markets. “Luxury in Africa is a hot topic,” By Andrea Felsted

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    9:30PM

    Luxury heavyweights eye Africa’s newly affluent

    Sub-Saharan Africa was dismissed for decades by the luxury industry, and has attracted the attention of international By Elizabeth Paton

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    9:30PM

    South Africa’s middle class is a force to be reckoned with

    As the ranks of black middle and upper classes have swelled in the 20 years since South Africa’s first democratic election, By Andrew England

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    9:30PM

    Africa’s elite develops a taste for the finer things in life

    The luxury sector has been adjusting to what some analysts call the “new normal”. After growing at 10-13 per cent a year in By Rose Jacobs

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    9:30PM

    From dandies of the 1950s to the top designers of today

    With its members’ flamboyant couture, la Sape (Société des Ambianceurs et des Personnes Élégantes, or the Society of Elegant By Thebe Ikalafeng

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