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As sterling tumbled following the Brexit vote, anything priced in pounds suddenly became much cheaper for international buyers, including wine.
Congratulations! We survived 2016. Now, for the awards. Turney Duff hands 'em out for the best, worst and "I can't even" of 2016.
Harrods Managing Director Michael Ward talks about the impact that the weak sterling may – or may not – have on the department store.
Was Brexit a gift that kept on giving for luxury department store Harrods this Christmas? Its Managing Director Michael Ward weighs in.
If your dish isn't sprinkled with it, it's not extravagant enough. Edible gold is one ingredient that seems to take the cuisine world by storm.
H. Forman & Son owner, Lance Forman, reveals to CNBC how consumers can find the ideal batch of smoked salmon, and why it shouldn’t contain sugar or be slimy.
CNBC's Louisa Bojesen speaks to James Servini, head of personal shopping at iconic London department store Selfridges, about the most coveted luxury gifts of the season.
Beanie Espey, sales & marketing director at The Last Drop, talks about the increasing interest in investing in luxury spirits.
With Christmas just around the corner, Berry Bros. & Rudd CEO Dan Jago talks about what wine is popular during the festive season.
Lamborghini CEO, Stefano Domenicali talks about being part of the Volkswagen Group, and how it might have been impacted by the emissions scandal and its backlash.
Lamborghini CEO, Stefano Domenicali takes a look at how new disrupting technological trends could impact the luxury autos space.
Lamborghini CEO, Stefano Domenicali talks about how the automaker has to maintain its core brand and product values to keep consumers coming back, despite macroeconomic headwinds in Europe.
Beth Pickens, managing director of global consumer and luxury at William Blair, explains how the consumer has been trained to increasingly buy early.
Tiffany & Co. is a top retail stock, despite a shopper-scaring police presence outside its flagship store near Trump Tower, Bob Drbul says.
MATCHESFASHION.COM CEO Ulric Jerome talks about how the retail space has changed, with comment on how luxury shopping has flourished online.
60 percent of Not on the High Street’s sales are personalized or customized gifts, while experiential-based gifts are its fastest growth area, says the retailer’s CEO, Simon Belsham.
Not on the High Street CEO Simon Belsham says he feels “very confident” about 2017, despite the political and economic uncertainties ahead.
It might have been a good year for the stock market but when it comes to bonuses, it's not all champagne wishes and caviar dreams, says Turney Duff.
CNBC's Robert Frank and Francois-Henry Bennahmias, Audemars Piguet CEO, discuss luxury spending, the state of the luxury watch industry and his goals for the future of the company.
CNBC's Dominic Chu discusses a few signals that indicate luxury retail stocks may be tempering. The "Fast Money" traders weigh in.
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