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  • NORRISTOWN, Pa.— A business owner on Philadelphia's historic Jewelers Row was charged on Friday with fencing jewelry and other items stolen from luxury homes in the suburbs. A burglary ring pilfered more than $1.5 million worth of expensive watches, jewelry, money and high-end purses in 15 thefts between August 2015 and July 2016, the Montgomery County district...

  • Important that Europe gets its act together: Adidas CEO

    Adidas CEO Kasper Rorsted discusses Chinese President Xi Jinping's address to Davos - while western political leaders stayed away.

  • The company, which was taken private by Apollo Global Management LLC for about $3.1 billion in 2007, had sought to raise $100 million when it filed for its IPO in May 2013. The Hoffman Estates, Illinois- based company missed a $77 million interest payment in September and received a waiver under its U.S. credit agreement amid debt exchange talks with a lender,...

  • The company, which is owned by Apollo Management VI LP, had sought to raise $100 million when it filed for its IPO in May 2013.

  • Jan 17- Upscale jeweler Tiffany& Co said on Tuesday that its sales during the November-December holiday period were "somewhat lower" than it had expected, hurt by lower consumer spending and a drop in sales at its flagship store in New York. Tiffany said on Tuesday that its worldwide net sales rose 0.5 percent, while worldwide comparable sales fell 2 percent during...

  • Fancy sportswear that reduces your body temperature?

    Christophe Bezu, CEO of ODLO International, says that the sportswear company might have roots in ski apparel but it's branching out.

  • Fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld looks back at his long-lasting collaboration with Italian fashion house Fendi, and how the brand has changed over the decades.

  • With the fashion world changing every day, designer Karl Lagerfeld gives his opinion on other artistic innovators in the industry.

  • While talking about fame, fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld takes a look back at his upbringing and how all he wanted to do was to be a grown up.

  • "Choupette is such a strange thing because I never thought that I could fall in love with an animal like this," says designer and its owner, Karl Lagerfeld.

  • With Karl Lagerfeld being one of the most celebrated creative minds in the fashion industry, the designer sits down with CNBC to discuss his legacy.

  • In 2016, Fendi celebrated their 90th anniversary at the Trevi Fountain in Rome, with models "walking on water" to show off the brand’s latest fashion collection.

  • PARIS, Jan 13- Luxury good maker LVMH said its Louis Vuitton brand had ceased all trading with Vietnamese farms which animal rights activist group Peta alleged mistreated crocodiles, whose skins are used to make handbags and other accessories. In 2015 it alleged luxury goods group Hermes was sourcing skins from a crocodile farm in Texas which it also said was...

  • PARIS, Jan 13- Luxury good maker LVMH said its Louis Vuitton brand had ceased all trading with Vietnamese farms which animal rights activist group Peta alleged mistreated crocodiles, whose skins are used to make handbags and other accessories. In 2015 it alleged luxury goods group Hermes was sourcing skins from a crocodile farm in Texas which it also said was...

  • Kim Kardashian West robbery suspects arrested

    French police detained a group of suspects tied to the armed robbery of Kim Kardashian West in Paris.

  • Top luxury gifts according to Selfridges

    CNBC's Louisa Bojesen speaks to James Servini, head of personal shopping at iconic London department store Selfridges, about the most coveted luxury gifts of the season.

  • Audemars Piguet CEO: True luxury is exclusivity

    CNBC's Robert Frank and Francois-Henry Bennahmias, Audemars Piguet CEO, discuss luxury spending, the state of the luxury watch industry and his goals for the future of the company.

  • Duluth reported earnings of 1 cent per share on revenues of $67 million, and revised its fiscal 2016 outlook.

  • *Japan and China sales strong. Nov 29- Tiffany& Co reported its first rise in sales in two years as more people shopped in its stores in Japan and China, and the upscale jeweler said sales in the United States declined at their slowest quarterly pace this year. The company said Japanese shoppers bought more at home and in the United States, in the third quarter ended Oct....

  • *Japan and China sales strong. Nov 29- Tiffany& Co reported its first rise in sales in eight quarters as more people shopped in its stores in Japan and China, and the upscale jeweler said sales in the United States declined at their slowest quarterly pace this year. However, the luxury retailer- whose flagship store is next to the Trump Tower in New York- said it could not...