Industries across Switzerland have been affected by the Swiss National Bank’s lift on the value cap of the Swiss franc, but will this deter affluent consumers from purchasing one the nation’s most popular exports?
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Automobili Lamborghini hired 192 new employees in 2014, a record for the automaker.
As part of its 165th anniversary celebrations, French leather goods maker Moynat is teaming up with jeweler Chaumet on a one-of-a-kind trunk.
When the Swiss National Bank lifted its three-year cap on the value of the Swiss franc against the euro, Switzerland’s luxury real estate and tourism markets saw a hit as affluents flocked instead to the French Alps this winter season.
Netherlands-based yacht builder Feadship has unveiled the first hybrid yacht to appeal to wealthy and environmentally-conscious consumers.
Spanish group Puig has acquired British perfume house Penhaligon’s, which takes affect Jan. 23.
American fashion designer Alexander Wang is helping Italian furniture brand Poltrona Frau reach urbanites with a capsule collection.
Italian fashion house Fendi has announced that it will soon offer global ecommerce after an inital launch in Europe.
Art auctioneer Christie’s is looking toward 2015 with positive sales projections as a result of 2014′s increase across every selling platform.
Fairmont Hotels and Resorts is extending its presence in China with the development of a property in Wuhan.