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Tag Heuer Mulls New Direction

The Swiss watchmaker capped a bumpy year with the announcement last week that Stéphane Linder had resigned as president and chief executive officer.

Italia Independent, Hublot Set Collaboration

The companies have inked a three-year deal to jointly develop an unspecified product line that will debut in the first half of 2015.

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Officine Panerai to Add Retail Stores

The luxury Italian watch brand, a division of Compagnie Financière Richemont, currently operates 10 stores in the U.S. and 64 around the world.

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Google Ramps Up Watch-Face Designs

The company’s Android Wear operating system is moving into fashion with the help of Rebecca Minkoff.

Omega Sets New Certification Standard

Its mechanical Master Co-Axial watches will have a high resistance to magnetic fields.

Shinola Plans U.S. Store Openings

The Detroit-based company is set to open as many as six stores in the next year, including one in Chicago as early as January.

Michele Sofisti Exits Gucci Watches and Jewelry

The company's president and ceo Patrizio di Marco will take over his duties in the interim.

Swatch Group Buys Key Property in Zurich

The watchmaker has bought the historic building housing the Grieder department store on Banhofstrasse.

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Kelly Clarkson Fetes Citizen Watch Times Square Flagship

Citizen Watch opened its latest flagship, located at 1500 Broadway, in the thick of Times Square, with the help of brand ambassador Kelly Clarkson.

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Nixon, Barneys Team on Timepieces

The limited-production release will include the Nixon x Barneys Sentry Chrono Leather and Time Teller, both inspired by California culture.

Movado Scales Back Guidance

Shares fall more than 20 percent in pre-market trading.

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World's Most Famous Watch Sells for $24M

The Henry Graves Supercomplication was sold by Sotheby's in Geneva.

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