LVMH Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton SA, the world’s largest luxury-goods maker, said growth in fashion and leather-goods sales rebounded in the fourth quarter, boosting optimism for a turnaround at its biggest brand.
Dom Perignon Champagne from vintages spanning more than 30 years goes on sale at a Sotheby’s auction in New York this month, along with Tuscan Ornellaia wines from the past two decades and lots from top Bordeaux vineyard Chateau Petrus.
Going broke while dominating vodka sales in Russia and Poland may seem tough to do. A company founded by a Florida golfer, listed on Nasdaq Stock Market and until recently based in New Jersey, is almost there.
Sam Byrne and Billy Collins had Pioneer Mountain at the Yellowstone Club to themselves, as usual. They were belting down the freshly groomed corduroy, carving fast, giant-slalom turns last year when--bam!--they collided, hard.