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Maserati CEO Herald Wester tells CNBC about the Italian automaker's first SUV model, the Maserati Levante, at the Beijing Auto Show.
Tobias Kormind, co-founder of 77 Diamonds, shares his outlook for the diamond market and discusses how limited supply is affecting values.
Queen Elizabeth II is turning 90 and when it comes to royal occasions, the royal family is renowned for its festivities.
CNBC's Robert Frank reports on a hot tub so huge it had to be lowered by a helicopter inside the Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace.
CNBC's Robert Frank reports on state of the art security for luxury vehicles.
Aston Martin CEO, Andy Palmer, told CNBC that we must differentiate “between cheating and managing to the cycle,” when commenting on the emissions scandal.
Aston Martin CEO, Andy Palmer, talks about the company’s diversification plans and what it hopes to achieve in the future.
Aston Martin CEO, Andy Palmer, talks about the three phases the luxury car brand is undertaking to improve growth and return to profit.
The Chinese are still buying luxury watches, not just outside the country but also on the mainland itself, says Jean-Marc Pontroue, CEO of watchmaker Roger Dubuis.
Maria Hatzistefanis, president and founder at The Rodial Group, says selling exports would be a key challenge if the U.K. left the European Union.
Maria Hatzistefanis, president and founder at The Rodial Group, discusses how celebrity endorsements help sales of skincare and make-up products.
Beam Suntory's global brand ambassador, Mike Miyamoto, talks about the company's Yamazaki Sherry Cask 2016 and the rise of Japanese whisky.
Wealthy Londoners are choosing to rent homes due to several factors, including higher stamp duty and uncertainty over the UK's referendum on EU membership.
New York Times columnist and CNBC contributor Jim Stewart discusses the significance of foreign luxury automakers getting into luxury SUV market.
Ellen Bettridge, vice president of Azamara Club Cruises, describes the firm's new program that allows travellers to spend more time in ports than any other cruise line.