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Forget gold: Meet the Diamond Standard
Diamonds really want to become more investor-friendly.
• September 24, 2020
This marketplace lets you snap up stock in high-end collectibles
Investors are snapping up fractional shares on luxury items like cars and high-end handbags.
• August 3, 2020
Online shopping is ready for a VR makeover
Basically every online store looks the same right now. These companies have a big new idea.
• June 26, 2020
Meet the new upstart in the world of high-priced art sales
Loïc Gouzer, once dubbed “the daredevil of the art world,” is back.
• June 22, 2020
‘Revenge spending’ may sound like fun, but is it really a lifeline for luxury brands?
Reports of a buying bonanza at a Hermes outpost in China sparked speculation about “revenge buying.” The trend may not hold water.
• April 30, 2020
Sotheby’s is losing millions because online auctions just aren’t that exciting
There’s less adrenaline when you bid online. That may be why big auction houses are taking a big hit.
• April 28, 2020
Retail is hurting, but resale looks haute these days
Due to the Coronavirus, investors are betting big on pre-owned luxury duds.
• April 22, 2020
The hottest trend among the super-rich? Safe-deposit boxes
Demand for safe-deposit boxes is increasing among the uber-rich, as wealthy people look for a safe haven for their cash, art, and jewels.
• November 21, 2019
Harley-Davidson’s profits get a boost from international sales, while US sales continue to spin out
Despite its worst quarterly sales plunge in 8 years, Harley Davidson has still figured out a way to boost profits.
• October 24, 2018
Aston Martin’s London Stock Exchange debut was… not what James Bond was hoping for
Luxury car icon Aston Martin’s stock market debut floundered after performing 4% lower than its expected offering price. That said, the IPO still values the company at $5.6B.
• October 4, 2018
Swiss watchmaker destroys $539m of luxury watches to keep them off the wrong wrists
To keep their precious pieces away from riffraff re-sellers, Swiss luxury watchmaker Richemont destroyed $539m of its products over the last 2 years.
• May 21, 2018
Everyone is baking — and entrepreneurs are rising up to meet the demand
The restaurant owner who asked for 1-star Yelp reviews
The worst sales promotion in history
Why nobody ever wins the car at the mall
How small business owners survived the Great Recession
New business ideas and the best way to capitalize.
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