"I felt a twinge of sadness for the now very rich Ms Kidston. She is making a fortune from kitting out the one thing she has never had herself – a child," wrote Jardine in yesterday’s edition of the Telegraph, in a belittling article that raved on about "feelgood fabric" and "sun-filled kitchens with rosy-cheeked children", with complete disregard for Kidston’s entrepreneurial flair. "There is no way this sort of statement would ever be written about a man in business," says Jan Cavelle in her Real Business blog today. She goes on to reveal how she has met the same sort of prejudice as a single business woman. Read her full piece here. Related articles:Cath Kidston sales soar
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