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Burberry holiday sales miss estimates as CEO pushes brand's facelift

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As designer and former CEO Christopher Bailey prepares to leave the company, it is unclear who will design the "it" bags that are central to the brand's upmarket ambitions.

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BURBERRY Group's holiday sales fell short of estimates as chief executive officer Marco Gobbetti began implementing his plan to give the UK-based trench-coat maker a high-fashion facelift.

Retail revenue rose 2 per cent on a comparable basis for the quarter ended Dec 31, the

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