EastEnders teen Tiffany Butcher remains a cause for concern next week, as it seems that she still isn't quite ready to let go of Evie Steele. Tiffany Maisie Smith asks Jack Branning for help as she wants to make contact with Evie one last time. Friday night's episode March 29 saw Evie leave Walford after Jack convinced her to cooperate with the police. Evie agreed to give the names of the higher-ups involved in her criminal activity, in return for police protection and a new identity. Tiffany was visibly upset to see Evie leave after the strong connection they'd built up, so it's no surprise that she's still thinking about the gang leader next week. As Tiffany struggles following recent traumatic events, she turns to Jack Scott Maslen in the hope that he'll be able to help her once more.
Teens aren't into Tiffany and luxury brands - Business Insider
EastEnders could be about to air a surprise exit for Tiffany Butcher, as her drug secret is exposed. EastEnders teen Tiffany Butcher decides to leave Walford next week, as the soap lines up a surprise exit storyline for Maisie Smith. When a struggling Keegan Baker asks her for drugs Tiffany refuses, only for him to snatch a wrap from her. In a worrying twist of events Keegan collapses, and is rushed to hospital by his concerned family. But Tiffany feels further pushed out, making way for Evie to manipulate her into thinking no one cares about her. Tiffany realises the extent of her actions, and decides her only option is to move back home with her mum Bianca. As she reluctantly prepares to leave, she has a heart to heart with Keegan but feels no reason to stay in the Square.
Instead of congratulating Chief Executive Frederic Cumenal on his effort to update the face of the year-old jeweler, the board of directors had surprising news -- he was out. The Frenchman had been hired two years earlier to boost growth and refresh the company's image. But sales and profits fell two years in a row, and directors grew more concerned when Mr. Cumenal presented a three-year strategic plan in the fall of that didn't forecast much improvement, according to people familiar with the situation.
This gift might have been bestowed unto them around the holidays or around major birthdays. But it appears that Gen Z isn't as enamored with luxury goods as millennials were. It's arguable that young people could potentially be a catalyst for this shift, even if their parents are the ones with the ostensible spending power.