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Luxottica Sales Climb

Company celebrated the end of its 50th birthday year by reporting record sales in 2011.

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Coach Profits Rise 14.5% in 2nd Qtr.

The brand converted strength in its men's and international operations into bottom-line gains.

Richemont Sales Jump 24% in 3rd Qtr.

Firm highlights "above average" growth in Asia driven by strong demand in Hong Kong and Mainland China.

Swatch Shares Increase on 21.7% Jump in Sales

The Swiss parent of brands including Omega, Breguet, Blancpain and Swatch sees 2012 as a “major challenge.”

Baccarat Appoints New U.S. CEO

Michelle Klein joins French crystal firm in “key territory.”

Swiss Watch Exports Up 16 Percent

Foreign sales of Swiss timepieces rose 19 percent between January and November.

Tumi Holdings Files for IPO

The firm hasn't yet determined the number of shares for the offering nor the per share price range.

Jeweler Chow Tai Fook Sets IPO

The Hong Kong firm is pricing shares at the bottom of its range.

Harry Winston Swings to a Loss in Third Qtr.

The company was weighed down by charges and economic woes internationally, but said it sees strength in its retail segment.

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Coach to List on Hong Kong Exchange

The luxury firm will not be raising any new capital with the listing. Instead, the goal is to raise its profile in a fast-growing market.

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Claire’s Q3 Profits Fall 48%

Sales rose 2.2 percent due to new store sales.

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Tiffany Caution Hits Stocks

Retailer's admission that it is seeing weaker sales in Europe and on the U.S. East Coast sparked a mini luxe sell-off on Tuesday.

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