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Get your fashion fix on the Web

Choose from an extensive selection of men's and women's briefcases made from leather, polyester and water-resistant fabrics. The website also offers pulley briefcases for travelling

29 Jan 2007 - 12:00am

Martin Davis

I AM AN EXPERT at compression packing. Over the years I have learnt that there is no point in carrying too many items with me.

This is probably a result of the time I spent in the British armed forces where one learnt to pack efficiently, quickly and neatly.

10 Jun 2006 - 12:00am

what a carry-on

Not since James Bond slid a throwing knife from the side of his secret-agent black bag has the attache case had such an impact on the world of jet-setting business fashion. The Samsonite Black Label collection's Signat Attache is a revival of the luggage maker's 1960s design, which, back then, separated the satchel-carrying boys from the businessmen.

21 May 2006 - 12:00am

In my briefcase

Richard Titherington JPMorgan Asset Management managing director - head of global emerging markets

1 Apr 2006 - 12:00am

Douglas Eu, JF Asset Management (Hong Kong) managing director

MY BRIEFCASE IS really a hiking-and-mountaineering pack that I carry strapped to my hips and back. So it does not look very professional.

Basically, I am more concerned about comfort, the long-term effect on my posture and what I do with the contents of my briefcase than about how it looks.

4 Mar 2006 - 12:00am

Businessman duped of $100,000 over 'dropped' $10

If someone tells you that you have dropped a banknote, keep a close eye on your valuables when you pick it up.

24 Mar 2005 - 12:00am

Briefcase theft leaves jewel dealer $1.5m poorer

A briefcase containing opals and pearls worth about $1.5 million was stolen from a dealer two hours before Asia's biggest international jewellery fair opened.

21 Sep 2000 - 12:00am

Post it, or take it at source

Our 'Cheek of the Month' award goes to FIA Business News Briefing.

Those initials stand for 'Financial Intelligence Agency'.

They put out a newsletter on the markets. We've been browsing their Hong Kong summary.

It features the usual neat lines of market figures. However, there's also a touch of text.

4 Aug 2000 - 12:00am