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Brian Clivaz, director of the Devonshire Club, explains what sets the club apart from other members clubs in London and how the scene has changed.
Winston Chesterfield, research director at Wealth-X, says e-commerce is becoming more prominent in China as it helps authentic brands.
Scilla Huang Sun, head of equities at GAM, explains why the outlook is positive for China's consumer and luxury sector.
Denise Yohn, author of “What Great Brands Do," shares her retail expertise on luxury handbags, and what's changing consumer expectations in the fashion scene.
Anna Andreeva, Oppenheimer analyst, and John Kell, Fortune retail reporter, discuss their take on the retail industry, including Ralph Lauren and Michael Kors.
The luxury goods maker has a plan to restore its upscale aura by scaling back its inventory in highly promotional shops.
Waiting for your plane to arrive at the airport and have nothing to do? No.1 Lounges CEO, Phil Cameron has a solution for you.
The Private Jet market in Europe may be growing but CEO's and rich travelers are no longer willing to buy their own jet.
Coach's CEO Victor Luis said that the company is trying to differentiate itself from the competition with its comeback.
Apple's next smartphone may ditch the headphone port, have a new home button and add a dual camera.
Coach, Delta and Buffalo Wild Wings are making headlines this Tuesday morning before the opening bell.
The classic car market is slowing, with collectors focusing on provenance, rarity and condition of automobiles, an expert told CNBC.
Is the classic car industry decelerating in popularity and pace? And how are collectors’ tastes changing? Bonhams’ U.K. head of cars, Tim Schofield weighs in.
Sue Simpson, managing director of heritage brand Lock & Co. Hatters, talks about achieving business resilience through economic downturns.
Jon Levy, The Influencers founder and CEO, discusses why millennials should live paycheck to paycheck.
Walter Isaacson, President and CEO of The Aspen Institute & CNBC Contributor, discusses how Apple's business is faring as well as rumored features of the iPhone 7.
The deal would create the biggest mattress retail distribution company in the world.
Tom Marchant, co-founder of Black Tomato, says there is continued interest at the top end of the travel market for tailored experiences.
A look at luxury home markets seeing a boost, with Hessam Nadji, Marcus & Millichap.
The latest reading on luxury home prices shows a small increase compared to last year. CNBC's Diana Olick reports.
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