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  • Qualcomm, Samsung unveil niche watches

    CNBC's Jon Fortt reports the focus in tech is lower cost products. Marc Andreessen, Andreessen Horowitz co-founder says he "hopes smartwatches become very big."

  • The co-CEO of Hermes said that volatility in the currency markets, particularly the yen, could lead the French luxury goods maker to price hikes next year.

  • Growth potential in Asia's luxury market

    Toby Iles, Economist at The Economist Intelligence Unit says a boost in household income will drive growth in Asia's luxury market. Richard Martin, Managing Director at IMA Asia joins in the discussion.

  • A man wearing Google Glass in Bryant Park, New York City.

    Google Glass looks will excite gadget lovers and information junkies while annoying plenty of others who may wish for a simpler time.

  • Million dollar jewel heist

    The Pink Panther gang is suspected of pulling off some of the most brazen diamond thefts in history. CNBC's Andrea Day reports on a Cannes heist in July in which a lone member of the gang walked out with $138 million in jewels in just 60 seconds.

  • T.J. Maxx plans to open an online store this year, as does rival Saks' Off Fifth outlets, making 2013 the year tech may have caught up with the speed of fashion.

  • $136 million in jewels stolen

    NBC's Stephanie Gosk reports on the big diamond heist that took place in Cannes, France; and Martin Rapaport of Rapaport Group, provides perspective.

  • Jewel heist in Cannes

    A masked gunman walked into a hotel in Cannes, France, and swiped $136 million worth of jewels, with CNBC's Sue Herera.

  • Flint and Tinder has run four successful crowdfunding campaigns for its made-in-the-U.S.A. products. The American manufacturing company is projecting $10 million in revenue this year.

    Jake Bronstein says he's discovered a largely untapped vein of demand for premium, American-made men's underwear.

  • Retailers competing for customers are offering unusual items such as appliances and bedding as part of back-to-school sales. What's worth buying this time of year.

  • Surprise! This crocodile-print leather hobo has a specially designed compartment for carrying a firearm.

    Leslie Deets founded handbag company Concealed Carrie and blasted her way into the growing and wildly diverse demographic of U.S. women who carry handguns.

  • Hottest Manolo on the Market Now

    Discussing the Manolo Blahnik customer and why the shoes cost so much. Also, a look at the hottest shoe on the market now, with George Malkemus, Manolo Blahnik president & CEO.

  • SmartWatch War Brewing?

    Might an iWatch be a game changer for Apple? Probably not. Peter Misek, Jefferies, shares his opinion.

  • Russian President Vladimir Putin is seen during a ceremony of receiving credentials in Moscow's Kremlin on Wednesday in Moscow,  Russia, Wednesday, Sept. 26, 2012. Russian President Vladimir Putin has renewed calls for a joint international solution to civil conflict in the Middle East in a veiled rejection of Western demands for an end to Syrian leader Bashar Assad’s rule. Putin said Wednesday that incitement to the continuation of violence with a view to securing regime change would only creat

    Russia's President Putin is being called out by New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft for allegedly stealing his Super Bowl Championship ring, with the "Street Signs" panel.

  • The largest Chanel shop in the world has been unveiled in London. CNBC's Julia Chatterley sat down with architect Peter Marino and asked him why London?

  • The Right Time to Expand in China: Lane Crawford

    Andrew Keith, President of Lane Crawford, says the luxury retailer's move into Shanghai and Chengdu is reflective of how the Chinese consumer is moving.

  • Japan and China could be powerful growth drivers ahead for the luxury retailer, one analyst told CNBC.

  • British luxury group Burberry posted a 14 percent rise in full-year pretax profit and said profit for the first half of its new fiscal year would be below last year's as it reduces its wholesale business in favor of retail markets.

  • BitPremiere lists everything from beachfront condos to fine jewelry.

    Congratulations rich people, there's now a luxury marketplace where you can spend your bitcoins.

  • Views of the Hermes luxury goods shop on New Bond Street.

    French luxury goods maker Hermes posted first-quarter sales ahead of forecasts, driven by strong demand for its silks, accessories and ready-to-wear.