*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...
Tiffany reported its first rise in sales in eight quarters as strong sales in China and Japan more than offset a decline in the U.S.
Tiffany, Pfizer and Apple stocks are making moves in Tuesday's trading session.
The spike follows Under Armour's announcement that it will change the ticker symbols of its Class A (UA) and Class C (UA.C) common stocks.
Recent data has indicated the popularity of luxury goods with little or no visible logo. What’s behind this trend for stealth wealth?
The dress Marilyn Monroe wore when she sang 'Happy Birthday' to John F. Kennedy is up for auction on November 17th. It is estimated to sell for $3 million dollars.
The stainless steel Patek Philippe reference 1518 becomes the most expensive ever sold at auction.
As more women go for a more 'natural' and attainable look, the brand risks losing its dominance in intimate apparel.
Nov 7- Online jeweler Blue Nile Inc said it agreed to be taken private by an investor group that includes Bain Capital Private Equity and Bow Street LLC for about $500 million in cash. The $40.75 per share offer represents a nearly 34 percent premium over Blue Nile's closing price on Friday. The company's top two shareholders are T. Rowe Price Associates Inc and...
Nov 7- Online jeweler Blue Nile Inc said on Monday it agreed to be taken private by an investor group that includes Bain Capital Private Equity and Bow Street LLC for $500 million in cash.
Chinese consumers' jewelry tastes have become more sophisticated in the past three decades, says Cartier Jewelry International's Corentin Quideau.
New research suggests the country will become a middle-income society in the next 15 years.
The handbag and accessories maker posted a better-than-expected rise in sales as its Kate Spade New York brand attracted more shoppers.
Coach reported a 21.8 percent jump in quarterly profit as the handbag maker's efforts to cut back on inventory and promotions paid off.
Pfizer, Coach and Wells Fargo are making headlines this Tuesday morning before the opening bell.
Indian-American designer Naeem Khan talks about how his heritage inspires his work, and how the first lady helped bring it to the world.
Foreign shoppers have been able to scoop up some compelling bargains in the UK due to the plummeting pound.
The No. 2 U.S. sportswear maker reported its slowest quarterly sales growth in six years, hurt by slowing growth in North America.
Michelle McGrade, chief investment officer at TD Direct Investing, weighs in on what is driving the luxury sector, saying that Chinese consumers account for a third of the luxury brand market.