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... retail was strong and overall there was good momentum at Vacheron Constantin, Roger Dubuis and Jaeger-LeCoultre. Most of our Maisons grouped under 'Other' saw higher ...
... lower trading profits and gross profit of the company's Direct Sales segment (Goldline). Selling, general and administrative expenses increased 11% to $7.7 million from $7.0 ...
... dynamic growth, underpinned in particular by its four biggest brands, Lancome, Yves Saint Laurent, Giorgio Armani and Kiehl's. The Active Cosmetics Division, which continues to ...
... Felix Capital has invested in companies including FarFetch (which just IPOed), Peloton, Mejuri, Highsnobiety -- and the one I'm personally most intrigued by -- Goop. ...
... president, as its next C.E.O. Jérôme Lambert will become the C.E.O. of Richemont, the Swiss luxury goods conglomerate. Koos Timmermans was ousted as ING’s C.F.O. ...
... It was the sale of the century when Will Vicars bought Oroton from administrators, and the 80-year-old business has resurfaced with big ambitions. If ...
... of 30% to 35% compared to last year. Subsequent event: BRP acquired Alumacraft last June. © BRP 2018 On August 28, 2018, acquisition of 100% ...
... will have a 49 per cent interest in the venture. Vicars takes Oroton Handbag and fashion retailer OrotonGroup has been acquired by fund manager and ...
... driven by further excellent, healthy revenue growth (44.1% on a comparable basis)Yves Saint Laurent: ongoing strong growth momentum, with sales up 19.7% on a comparable ...
... the company to wind down operations and sell its remaining assets to Travelpro. Pierucci says the company simply couldn’t continue to exist as an independent ...
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