For global brands, pulling out of Russia isn't a yes-or-no question

Mar 8, 2022
Logistics, business models and a fear of Russians' reactions are all factors.
The Kremlin's towers are reflected in the window of a McDonald's restaurant in Moscow. The chain said Tuesday that it would temporarily close its Russian locations.
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LVMH pulls out of Tiffany deal because of tariffs threat

Sep 9, 2020
But it could also have something to do with how luxury retail is doing during the pandemic.
A customer wearing a face mask walks past shops of luxury brands Tiffany's and Guerin at a mall in Paris. Luxury goods sales are down during the pandemic.
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Luxury travel experiences are the next big thing from Louis Vuitton

Dec 14, 2018
LVMH spends $3.2 billion on a deluxe hotel and travel chain to attract millennial money.
The canal in front of the Hotel Cipriani in the Venice lagoon in 2014.
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Luxury retailers facing slowing growth

Oct 12, 2015
What to do if your sales aren't what they used to be?

Did popularity of Marc Jacobs bags hurt Louis Vuitton?

Oct 3, 2013
What happens to a luxury brand when its exclusivity is exhausted?

LVMH sales bump up 25 percent

Apr 18, 2012
The luxury brand responsible for Louis Vuitton and Dom Perignon saw its sales grow 25 percent in the first quarter of the year. But it turns out, it isn't all because of those upscale products.

MID-DAY UPDATE: Oil prices rise again, LVMH eyes something shiny at Bulgari

Mar 7, 2011
Oil is trading above $106 a barrel today on news of the continued unrest in Libya. Here in the U.S., gas prices have topped $3.50 a gallon -- tha...

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