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There is something poetic about Watches of Switzerland announcing today that it is planning to expand into the European Union in a month when the English football team has beaten every nation in continental Europe and has only to overcome Italy on Sunday to win the European Championship.
Audemars Piguet's CEO François-Henry Bennahmias may be convinced that its direct to consumer model is the only sustainable choice, but there is plenty of evidence to the contrary.
Our hard-won freedom must be returned on June 21.
Ignoring an eighth straight week where deaths and hospitalisations have been below the UK's 5-year average, The Times tasked its two front page stories and its picture story to keeping people quivering under their beds.
The second hand watch business is developing so much faster than the primary market, and its leading players are getting seriously rich.
The resilience of Britain's watch retailers has been incredible over the past 13 months. It must not be tested again.
The online version of Watches and Wonders has now swollen to include 40 watch brands showing their 2021 novelties. This is unquestionably a success for...
Government will unveil its timetable for easing lock down on February 22, but optimism is rising that non-essential stores will be among the first sectors to open.
Another season of webinars from wooden CEOs presentations fills me with dread.
Every January, Patek Philippe authorised dealers receive a list of watches that will be discontinued in the coming year. This time they were shocked to...