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Faced with the Apple Watch, many Swiss companies are debating whether to head high-tech or stick with a centuries-old formula of watchmaking.
Price increases for luxury handbags are significantly outpacing inflation, according to the Boston Consulting Group.
Jim Cramer spoke with the CEO of Salesforce.com on the unique ways that they are branching into different industries.
Younger shoppers, new technology and the desire to spend on high-end experiences are reshaping modern luxury.
Some fashion firms have seen their shares rise by nearly 50 percent in the past year; others have had their stock prices plummet.
Retail development is underway in Puerto Rico, despite the U.S. territory's challenged economy.
European shares closed mixed on Wednesday, as investors reacted to earnings and hopes that the Greek debt dispute will be resolved.
Shares in LVMH jumped more than 7 percent after the French luxury giant posted stronger-than-expected fourth-quarter sales growth.
Analysts are eyeing earnings from consumer firms and small-cap stocks, which actually benefit from a stronger U.S. dollar.
News of a debt settlement proposal between Greece and the European Union also eased U.S. investor worries on Monday, putting earnings back in focus.
U.S. stocks closed sharply higher on encouraging news from the Eurozone and stronger oil prices.
Europe shares regained some ground, ending in positive territory on hopes of further stimulus from the ECB, as the oil price continued to tank.
Coach agreed to buy privately held women's luxury shoe company Stuart Weitzman in a deal valued at up to $574 million.
Coach is nearing a deal to buy privately held women's luxury shoe company Stuart Weitzman Holdings for about $600 million.
Luxury fashion brands sashayed their way to substantially more YouTube views in 2014, but they still have a lot of runway ahead.
Categorizing shoppers by their age, sex and net worth isn't enough to get a real gauge on luxury buyers.
Chinese ecommerce giant Alibaba took 90 million counterfeit items offline and spent over 1 billion yuan ($160.7 million) fighting fake goods.
Chinese shoppers are cashing in on the ruble's sharp drop, snapping up goods in Russia at low prices before brands can respond to foreign exchange moves.
European shares closed higher on Wednesday, after banking stocks with a heavy exposure to Russia pared losses and energy stocks rebounded.
Five luxury labels accounted for nearly 70 percent of desktop and mobile market share through August, a report by PM Digital says.