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PEACHES Geldof has been axed as the "face and body" of underwear brand Ultimo following claims that she had used heroin.
MICHELLE Mone's lingerie company is expected to break the £1 million profit barrier this year after its latest accounts revealed a double-digit rise in sales despite the high street gloom.
THREE spaces in Dundee's Wellgate shopping centre are up for grabs in a Dragons' Den-style competition led by Ultimo bra maker Michelle Mone.
IT WAS an encounter between the prince and the showgirl. Michelle Mone, whose flamboyant style and shrewd eye for busty models has turned her lingerie line into a global success story, was showered with praise by the Prince of Wales.
SCOTS bra tycoon Michelle Mone has revealed she suffers from obsessive compulsive disorder.
A BRA firm founded by a Scottish entrepreneur has continued to expand after today opening a second London outlet.
ULTIMO chief Michelle Mone is defying the high street slowdown by opening a further seven shop-in-shop lingerie concessions in Debenhams stores.
BRA tycoon Michelle Mone has bought out investors Sir Tom Hunter and Ian Grabiner in a deal understood to be worth £800,000.
ROD Stewart's daughter, Kimberly, has signed up to model an underwear line by the Glasgow-based makers of the Ultimo range.
MODEL Rachel Hunter's lingerie contract with the creators of the Ultimo Bra will not be renewed when it runs out next year, it was announced yesterday.
LINGERIE entrepreneur Michelle Mone is set to deliver a keynote address at a business growth conference taking place next month.
MICHELLE Mone, the lingerie entrepreneur, has hit out at Scottish workers, saying she is outraged by the number of employment tribunals.
THE husband of lingerie entrepreneur Michelle Mone yesterday denied forcing a supervisor out of her job after she became a single mother.
BRA tycoon Michelle Mone was accused yesterday of effectively forcing one of her supervisors to quit her job after learning the employee was pregnant.
MICHELLE Mone, the bra tycoon, has given her support to Labour’s election campaign.
WHILE integration is clearly a desirable objective for peace and harmony and world trade and all that, the whole European thing is in danger of becoming unmanageable. Twenty-five countries speaking different languages and listening to some very odd pop music is a recipe for chaos and a lot of pub arguments. Good luck to the EU and all who sail in her, but the difficulties of pulling off this enlargement idea are only just beginning.
IF SHE was looking for some moral support after a week of critical tabloid newspaper headlines, Michelle Mone couldn’t have chosen a better occasion to reappear in public.
THE underwear tycoon Michelle Mone last night angrily denied claims that the Chinese factory staff who make her garments work in poor conditions.