Burberry riding high

Vanessa Friedman has blogged about Burberry chief Angela Ahrendts being appointed to the prime minister’s business advisory council (with a nice line about David Cameron being ‘not remotely threatened by the populist side of new rival Ed Miliband and his TM Lewin high street suits’).

According to the FT’s fashion editor,  ‘as the largest major glossy fashion [magazine] advertiser in the UK, Burberry has the financial power to incentivise editors – with knock-on positive effects for the local economy’.

Burberry is truly riding high – at £10+, its share price is the highest it has been since the company listed in 2003.

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