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Tiffany & Co is purchased by LVMH for $23 billion and viagogo purchases StubHub from eBay. Get a healthy dose of news as we uncover the day’s top stories in e-commerce and retail.

Ally Feiam By Ally Feiam | 26 Nov 2019
LVMH Buys Tiffany & Co for $23 Billion to 'Restore its Lustre'

Jewellery brand, Tiffany & Co, has been acquired by LVMH for $23 billion in the conglomerate's largest purchase to date. This acquisition aims to 'restore the lustre' that Tiffany has been losing for some time.

Power Retail By Power Retail | 26 Nov 2019
Inside Moët Hennessy: How a Classic Brand Stays Ahead of the Times

Gavin Merriman, Head of Digital, Moët Hennessy, takes us inside the brand's e-commerce strategy and how it always stays one step ahead of the market.

Natasha Sholl By Natasha Sholl | 23 Jul 2019
How Luxury Goods Will Stave Off Amazon

Luxury goods still remains Amazon's last relatively unconquered retail sector. What’s bubbling away that will help it stave off Amazon?

Celine Enters The E-Commerce Age

French luxury fashion brand Celine has launched into e-commerce this week, joining the ranks of luxury brands bracing against online retail giants like Amazon and Alibaba.

Amazon’s Luxury Problem

The luxury goods sector thrives on exclusivity to maintain its high price point, which is why so many high-end brands are pushing against Amazon.

A Game Changer for Luxury Online Retail

The world’s biggest luxury group, LVMH, is getting ready to launch 24 Sevres, a new multi-brand e-commerce platform and app, selling everything from LVMH and Dior to Gucci and Valentino - this could be a potential...

Why Some Luxe Brands Won't Sell on Amazon

Brands like Cartier, Hermes and Ralph Lauren are available on Amazon's marketplace, despite none of them intending to.