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Carla Demaria of Monte Carlo Yachts explains why her company decided to go ahead with its launch at "the beginning of the deepest and longest crisis" seen by the industry.
Andy Treadwell from the Singapore Yacht Show says potential customers for luxury yachts are those interested in running charters.
Fflur Roberts, head of global luxury goods at Euromonitor, speaks about the success of French luxury conglomerate LVMH.
People who are worried about whether their designer luggage will make it onto the baggage carousel at their destination need be concerned no longer: upscale maker Louis Vuitton has just released a tracking device
Walpole CEO Helen Brocklebank speaks about how Brexit is impacting the luxury sector.
Michael Schumacher once owned this race-ready Ferrari F2001 sold at Sotheby's in November.
Jean-Claude Biver speaks about how his brand has adapted to customer appetite for smartwatches.
"The buying is there," which will help us in 2018, says Tag Heuer CEO Jean-Claude Biver.
CNBC's David Reid takes a ride in the Cessna Citation Latitude, a passenger jet designed to serve the city’s financial district.
Sam Adams Utopias is not only one of the world's most expensive beers, it's also illegal in 15 states.
There's possibly up to $500 billion worth of luxury watches in the market, says Tay Liam Wee of WatchBox.
When it came time to renovate his outdated private jet, a billionaire stock trader had his Gulfstream 550 completely gutted and transformed to look like his Manhattan office–complete with a 42" TV set and $85,000 custom trading desk with dual monitors.
The vast treasure trove of more than 2,000 objects is estimated to sell for more than $500 million.
Shark Tank's Barbara Corcoran discusses which big splurge she wishes she didn't spend her money on.
The estate features its own spa, a private nightclub and unparalleled views of the water.
A 910-carat gem-quality diamond, named "The Lesotho Legend," was bought by tender Monday.
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