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Why LVMH called off its acquisition of Tiffany, which storied retailer will shutter all its locations and where precious metals prices are headed this year.
The stage is set for a protracted legal battle as the $16 billion deal seems set to dissolve.
As the department store chain prepares to liquidate, here’s a look back at its heyday and how it went bankrupt.
Rolex reveals its new watches, four are sentenced in a case involving counterfeit Native American jewelry, and more.
The retail giant’s latest gadget collects and analyzes information on temperature, heart rate and other health data.
The billion-dollar acquisition still needs regulatory approval from the European Union, Japan, Mexico and Taiwan.
She will head the jewelry designer’s wholesale and new business development division.
The iconic fancy yellow diamond will be featured in “Death on the Nile,” based on Agatha Christie’s 1937 novel.
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