Julian Dunkerton started out selling clothes at a stall in Cheltenham in 1985. Now he has built a global brand present in 46 countries and is venturing into drinks and hotels. Jane Lewis reports.
José and Alfonso Fanjul, “the Sultans of Sugar”, are leading the US sugar lobby’s charge against Mexico.
Never a fan of the limelight, John Elkann returned to rescue the carmaker his grandfather started.
While Anthony Scaramucci didn’t get his hoped-for White House job, he still commands respect among hedge-fund managers.
Moon Jae-in’s has been elected to the presidency of South Korea. But not everybody is happy, not least in America.
Hu Shuli has used her position as a respected financial commentator to push the boundaries of free speech.
Largely unknown to the public just three years ago, Emmanuel Macron has undergone a rocket-powered ascent through France’s hidebound political system.
Activist investor Paul Singer isn’t known for pulling his punches. But his attack on Arconic’s CEO, Klaus Kleinfeld, was particularly brutal.
Syrian president Bashar al-Assad was initially seen as a new hope. But the wishful thinking wasn’t to last long.
The US president’s daughter, Ivanka Trump, is preparing to set up shop in the White House as her father’s eyes and ears.
Donald Trump just can’t resist bragging about the time he sold America’s most expensive house to Russian billionaire Dmitry Rybolovlev.