However, the family-owned company's doing everything they can to keep Bernard Arnault's grubby little paws off even more shares. After LVMH acquired 17% of the shares in October, Hermes set up a private holding company that will own more than half of the company shares. Posted:...

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Women have quickly got into the habit of spending less on individual items are buying more of the cheaper alternatives. The figures indicate that on average a woman has 22 unworn garments hanging in their wardrobe, and will spend £133.640 in their lifetime to look good. Lucy Siegle, the...

So how does the lawsuit-beleaguered CEO of a struggling apparel company liquid enough to buy a couple million dollars worth of anything? WWDreports that Charney, who already owned about 41 million of the company's 79 million shares, managed to take over another six million shares. He paid...

1% and said it could make more acquisitions as market circumstances allow, thus turning up the heat in its disputed attempt to build a bigger stake in family controlled Hermes. Hermes declined to comment on this latest LVMH shot in its battle to remain independent of the big diversified luxury...

21 percent of Hermes after buying more shares on the open market. Louis Vuitton purchase it first shares back in October 2010. Hermes is currently consulting with an attorney to remove its shares from public markets. The family said from now on they intend to sell privately. They better...

Sales at our favorite retailers are starting to pop up in advance of Black Friday 2016, and today, we have a BIG one to share with you: the Shopbop Buy More, Save More Sale! Now through November 28, you can get 15% off an order more than $200, 20% off an order more than $500 and a whopping 25%...

In short, they are designed to make you buy more than what you were intending. There have been several exposés on consumption-encouraging tricks that individual retailers use; this clip illustrates those occurring on a grander level in the structure and surrounding area. Just one reason we...

Dior's new "Summer Mix" beauty campaign The so-called "Lipstick Effect"–the phenomenon of women buying more beauty products during economic downturns–gets a lot of attention during recessions. It's a purchasing pattern that can be traced back to the Great Depression; the economy takes a turn...

While minimalism advocates buying less, I think there is something to be said about buying more when you know it is just right. It takes the stress out of shopping and it means your wardrobe is is full of clothes you know you will wear. And it means you don't have to panic buy jeans or...

 

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