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  • Tiffany & Co.

    Tiffany said that worldwide sales would rise 6 percent to 8 percent this fiscal year, with growth in all regions, and the upscale jeweler reported a slightly higher profit for the holiday quarter.

  • Smartwatch Wars: Samsung & Apple

    Samsung says it's developing a so-called "smartwatch." Can the company pull it off? Ben Bajarin, Creative Strategies and Roger Kay, Endpoint Technologies Associates, weigh in.

  • From "Saturday Night Fever" to "Star Wars," here is some movie memorabilia that cleaned up at auction.

  • Smartwatch War Brewing?

    Samsung is reportedly getting into the smartwatch game. Discussing the potential "smartwatch war" and how watch brands might be impacted, with Todd Haselton, TechnoBuffalo mobile senior editor.

  • Following an unconfirmed report that upscale retailer Coach is exploring a sale of itself, the company's shares rose in early trade.

  • Harrods, London

    Wealthy Chinese are buying more luxury goods — just not at home. Here's where they're spending their money.

  • Showcasing the latest in the big business of skimpy, several designers hit the runway during the inaugural Lingerie Fashion Week.

  • Tiffany Files Lawsuit Against Costco

    Tiffany has filed a lawsuit in the U.S. District Court against Costco, reports CNBC's Courtney Reagan. The luxury retailer is claiming trademark infringement.

  • Tiffany sued Costco Wholesale to stop the largest U.S. warehouse club chain from selling what it called counterfeit diamond engagement rings bearing the luxury retailer's name.

  • Lew Frankfort, CEO of Coach Inc.

    Coach's longtime Chief Executive Lew Frankfort will step down in January 2014 and be replaced by the executive who oversaw the upscale leather-goods maker's successful expansion in Asia.

  • In the company's first designer collection after its Neiman Marcus collaboration disappointed analysts, Target has already sold out of several items online while also avoiding the website crashes that have plagued past successful launches.

  • The Year of the Snake.

    As Chinese tourists travel abroad for New Year this week, they will show why the Chinese consumer is considered the top spender in luxury worldwide.

  • Michael Kors Beats the Street

    Michael Kors' earnings surpassed Wall Street's estimates, with a 70 percent increase in total revenue. Corinna Freedman, Wedbush Securities analyst, offers insight.

  • Chinese Luxury Brands

    Erwan Rambourg, Head of Consumer and Retail at HSBC tells CNBC's Cash Flow which luxury brands he likes in China.

  • Herb on a Brand New Coach

    CNBC's Herb Greenberg talks about the luxury retailer transitioning into a "lifestyle brand."

  • Coach Shares Slump After Earnings

    Jennifer Davis, Lazard Capital Markets breaks down the luxury retailer's earnings miss and explains how it is transforming its lifestyle brand into accessories.

  • Luxury Goods Showing Mixed Picture: Pro

    Rahul Sharma, founder and Managing Director at Neev Capital, tells CNBC that the Chinese consumer is becoming pickier about brands and not all luxury names will perform well in Asia.

  • Tiffany & Co.

    One analyst tells CNBC why he thinks the stock has bottomed and could be "poised to bounce pretty nicely."

  • Luxury Hanging on the 'Cliff'

    Tom Chin, Telsey Advisory Group, discusses this season's weak retail numbers and its impact on high-end retailers.

  • Manolo Blahnik executives, George Malkemus & Tony Yurgaitis.

    The same executives who hope you add $595 Manolo Blahniks to your holiday shopping list also want a spot in your grocery cart.