Wednesday, December 11, 2019
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Tiffany & Co exec board member Francesco Trapani exits

Tiffany & Co executive board member Francesco Trapani has exited from his role
Retailers dominate at annual Walpole luxury awards

Retailers dominate annual Walpole luxury awards

Dunhill was named the best British luxury brand of the year at the recent Walpole Luxury Awards.
Fortnum & Mason profit up 26% despite “the most challenging domestic retail backdrop in years”

Fortnum & Mason profits up 26% despite “the most challenging domestic retail backdrop in...

Historic luxury brand Fortnum & Mason posts 12% rise in sales across business. Hong Kong store debuts without launch party.
Victoria Beckham losses widens by 20%

Victoria Beckham widens losses by 20%

Victoria Beckham has seen losses deepen last year, amid waning demand for the former Spice Girl's high-end fashion range.
Luxury resale site Xupes has opened the doors to its first bricks-and-mortar store in London's Royal Stock Exchange.Xupes source and sell luxury pre-owned handbags, jewellery, watches and art in store and on their site.

Luxury e-tailer Xupes opens first store

Luxury resale site Xupes has opened the doors to its first bricks-and-mortar store in London's Royal Stock Exchange.

LVMH buys Tiffany for €14.7bn

LVMH buys Tiffany & Co in largest luxury goods deal of all time, with CEO Bernard Arnault paying £104 a share.
Selfridges is the first department store in the world with a permanent cinema

Selfridges is the first department store in the world with a permanent cinema

Selfridges has officially opened its in-store cinema, making it the first department store in the world to do so permanently.
Gucci Marco Bizzarri Carbon Neutral

Gucci boss Marco Bizzarri urges CEOs to fight climate change

Gucci boss Marco Bizzarri has launched a program called the CEO Carbon Neutral Challenge, in which he invites other executives
LVMH Tiffany & Co takeover bid Bernard Arnault

£12bn takeover bid on Tiffany after LVMH raises offer

LVMH has raised its offer for Tiffany & Co in a bid to spur the luxury jewellery retailer into considering the deal.
Burberry introduces 18 weeks parental leave for all staff globally

Burberry introduces 18 weeks parental leave for staff globally

Burberry has introduced a new policy that guarantees employees around the world at least 18 weeks of parental leave.

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