Italian fashion label Gucci will not be taking legal action against Hong Kong shops selling fake paper goods resembling its products.
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Courtesy of a new European Parliament decision, luxury brands will now have more protection for their intellectual property.
More than 500 workers at the Trump International Hotel Las Vegas have officially unionized despite opposition from the property’s management.
Starwood Hotels & Resorts has determined that the unsolicited proposal from the Consortium of companies interested in its brand is superior to the terms of its current agreement with Marriott International.
In 2015 Italian fashion house Salvatore Ferragamo curbed the distribution of nearly 25,000 knock-off goods from China due to successful anti-counterfeiting measures.
The functionality of luxury brand watches and wearables, including those by Hublot and Bulgari, are set to increase with the introduction of contactless payment.
Global consumer watchdog SumOfUs has drafted a petition calling out German fashion label Hugo Boss for unethical labor practices in Turkey.
Unnoticed in the ongoing conversation about the United States’ undocumented immigrants is that it could have a tremendous impact on the housing market, according to a survey by Zillow and Pulsenomics.
The civil suit brought against Barneys New York and the City of New York has settled with a $45,000 award to the plaintiff.
Thanks to new guidelines proposed by the Federal Trade Commission, luxury jewelers will now shine a little brighter in their marketing campaigns.