Merchant payment solutions are generally unremarked upon by the public, but as soon as a variable goes awry consumers can quickly lose confidence.
British automaker Aston Martin recently broadened its recall net due to a faulty throttle pedal, but the brand’s limited production lines and the seemingly quick-fix problem allow for a swift redressing of consumer concerns.
Thirteen above $10 million luxury properties were sold in Aspen in 2013, a 24 percent drop from the year-ago period, according to the Estin Report.
Bentley Motors recently fine-tuned its plans to roll out a sports utility vehicle model by 2016, declaring that this move will fill a vacancy in the luxury automotive market.
Neiman Marcus is working to fix security flaws that made December’s credit breach possible, but the extent of collateral damage done to its reputation will be measured in the months to come.
Starwood Hotels and Resorts opened 74 hotels across its nine hotel brands in 2013, with new luxury properties in Abu Dhabi, Greece, Thailand and Peru.
The New York luxury real estate market has been abuzz with surging numbers posted left and right, but will the trend continue?
British fashion brand Beulah London has enlisted global digital agency ATTIK to remake its corporate brand image and prepare the young label for global expansion.
Maserati North America released its Maserati Financial Services Canada financing option to stimulate sales and give dealers greater latitude.
Some luxury automotive brands are ramping up promotions for lifestyle products to capitalize on the gift-giving frenzy, but beneath this temporary push is an ambition for strong product lines in categories beyond their stomping ground.