A British study has shown that businesspeople can improve turnover by taking their dogs to work. A lovable canine puts most customers at easy and builds loyalty, which means more money in the till.
When Cat Stevens suddenly converted to Islam and quit music in the midst of his folk-pop poet heyday, fans were left scratching their heads. But the septuagenarian has been reunited with his guitar in recent years.
Chi-chi Nwanoku wants diversity in classical music's very white world to become routine business. That is why she founded Chineke!, the UK and Europe's first majority black and minority ethnic orchestra.
A Berlin bookstore has been shut down following leftist protests against an event about Italian fascist writer Julius Evola. The Israeli owner said the loss of customers helped force him out of business.
As some question the ethics of the fur trade, fur will be doubtless a staple in the current season, beginning with the Men's Fashion Week in London on January 6. Jan Tomes explores the practices and the issues at stake.
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