Thomas Mulier

More Than Two-Thirds Of People Have Covid Antibodies, WHO Says


The WHO's roundup offers a snapshot of how well the world is increasing resistance to the pandemic.

Covid Killed One Out Of Every 500 People, WHO Report Shows

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The figure is far higher than the official numbers for 2020 and 2021.

Boutique Economy Slammed As Virus Makes Personal Touch Toxic

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Hair stylists, personal trainers, manicurists or violin teachers can't hole themselves up at home.

French Billionaire To Buy Tiffany In Largest Luxury-Goods Deal Ever

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France's richest man sealed a deal to buy the U.S.-based luxury jewelry retailer for $16 billion.

Hermes Becomes Latest Victim Of Casual Dress As Men Shed Ties

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The luxury chain is seeing slower growth in silk and textiles as neckties go out of fashion.

Leica Puts Fancy Watches In Focus—For $12,000 And Up


The company, famous for its analog cameras, is applying its traditional style to a line of watches.

Swiss Watchmakers' New Pitch: $10,000 Timepiece Can Be A Bargain


The industry is facing a basic fact: Cheap watches can be more accurate than Swiss watches that cost more than a house.

Michael Kors Steps Out With Jimmy Choo In $1.2 Billion Deal

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The deal comes amid consolidation in the U.S. luxury industry.