U.S. jeweler Tiffany & Co.’s third-quarter net sales rose 5 percent to $959.59 million, less than the predicted $969.86 million, and the stock market rewarded the brand with a new high.
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Department store chain Saks Fifth Avenue’s parent Hudson’s Bay Company has announced a 20-year mortgage for the retailer’s New York flagship.
Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts is aiming to swell traffic in 2015 with an updated holiday gift card campaign.
British automaker Jaguar Land Rover is stepping up its efforts to present drivers with the best possible in-car technology system.
Toyota Corp. is recalling 422,509 of its Lexus models from 2006-2011 due to a chance of a fuel leak that can raise the risk of fires.
Swiss luxury group Richemont is looking into a possible initial public offering for online retailer Net-A-Porter as soon as 2015, according to Bloomberg.
Directional aviation company Sentient Jet is looking to lure new travelers this holiday season with a limited-edition jet card.
U.S. menswear label John Varvatos has partnered with male-focused accessories maker William Henry to expand its jewelry offerings.
U.S. fashion label Tom Ford is personifying its latest lipstick collection using the names of men who have left an impression on the eponymous founder over the course of his life and career.
Automaker Jaguar Land Rover is facing possible industrial action following its U.K. workers’ rejection of a pay deal.