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If investors feel a little jaded by the rumblings in financial markets, then "passion" investments like classic cars and fine art may be worth a second look.
Roland Krueger, President of Infiniti, explains why the premium car division of Nissan is dedicating an expanded space at its Hong Kong headquarters to tech start-ups.
Alex Saint, founder and CEO of Secret Escapes, discusses the company's growth and why they like the millennial generation.
Money and food: A tasty match made in heaven? A new generation of cooking enthusiasts have taken to blogging and some have cashed in as a result.
A case in Switzerland reveals how a teenager ended up burning his luxury sports car.
Mario Ortelli, luxury analyst at Sanford C. Bernstein, discusses how luxury brands are impacted by China's yuan devaluation.
As China’s central bank devalues the country’s currency for the second time in two days, one sector is expected to be hit the hardest: luxury.
Anders Colding Friis, CEO & president at Pandora Group, says there was a good development across regions and product groups for its jewelry.
For this edition of “Access: Middle East,” CNBC’s Hadley Gamble visits Art Dubai, in the United Arab Emirates.
At Art Dubai, over 90 galleries pitched their wares and 30 came from the MENA region. CNBC caught up with a few of the galleries to find out how important the event is in their annual calendar.
Nima Sagharchi, modern and contemporary Middle Eastern art specialist at Bonhams auction house, says the region's art market has seen huge developments over the past decade.
Art Dubai's new-found prominence not only gives a boost to galleries and artists but has also become a fixture on the city's social calendar.
To start our journey through Art Dubai, CNBC caught up with the fair's director, Antonia Carver.
CNBC talks to Fabian Lang about the artwork on display at Art Dubai.
The RCA Secret exhibition and sale started in 1994 as a way of raising money to fund bursaries for students. This year's event saw 1300 postcards up for grabs at 500 dirhams.
Peter Georgiou, founder and CEO of Supper, says his delivery service provides the "convenience factor", by giving people the "restaurant experience at home."
Stacey Widlitz, CNBC retail analyst, explains why investors should "watch out" on Ralph Lauren, while discussing other luxury retailers.
In Sonoma County, luxury listings are up nearly 90 percent year over year, according to Sotheby's.
As more people take to cycling, bike accessories have become a boon market with fans spending more on clothing than on bikes themselves.
Put on your red shiny slippers and head down to New York this fall, for you could get your hands on Judy Garland's dress from movie "The Wizard of Oz."