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Luxury sends thoughts, prayers to Nice following attack

July 15, 2016

France is extending its state of emergency after a terrorist attack in the coastal city of Nice claimed the lives of more than 80 individuals.

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Brexit seen benefiting UK tourism as travelers seek value

July 11, 2016

The pound’s drop to its lowest valuation in decades following the United Kingdom’s decision to leave the European Union is already affecting international travel plans.

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Marriott, Starwood merger expected to be finalized in coming weeks

July 6, 2016

Marriott International has received authorization from a number of markets where Starwood Hotels & Resorts operates properties following its acquisition of the hospitality chain.

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Tod’s traces monumental Colosseum restoration through comprehensive content

July 5, 2016

With the first phase of the Roman Colosseum’s restoration complete, project supporter Italian apparel and accessories label Tod’s is including a global audience in the reveal.

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Brexit implores foreign investors but provokes domestic caution: Knight Frank

June 27, 2016

Despite immediate damages, the Brexit referendum’s long-term impact on the United Kingdom’s housing market will be minimal, according to research from Knight Frank.

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Britain votes to leave European Union, causing global financial upheaval

June 24, 2016

The United Kingdom has voted to leave the European Union, a decision that is already having an impact on the global markets.

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Brazil’s state of emergency reflects dismal outlook despite impending Olympics

June 21, 2016

With the Olympics just a month-and-a-half away, Rio de Janeiro state governor Francisco Dornelles declared a state of emergency to procure sufficient funding.

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Brexit referendum poses economic questions short- and long-term for luxury spend

June 17, 2016

As the United Kingdom prepares to vote on the European Union referendum on June 23, what impact would an exit have on luxury?

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Norway to ban petrol vehicles by 2025, signaling impending EV dominance

June 7, 2016

Norway has announced that it plans to ban petroleum-fueled automobiles within a decade.

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Smart cities make strides, London displaces New York as most potent city: report

June 2, 2016

London has unseated New York as the global city best able to attract and retain global capital, people and ideas, according to an A.T. Kearney report.

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