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Robert Frank reports on how the rental market is buzzing in Manhattan, especially with the luxury high-end apartments.
Robert Frank reports on why cracks may be forming in the high end art market just as the gavel drops on auction season.
Robert Frank gives us an exclusive look inside Ferrari’s secret profit engine project where the car company is making money that few people know about it.
Robert Frank digs through the numbers and reports on how much the wealthy are paying for taxes.
Used watch sales are booming and now elite brands want a piece of the pre-owned profits. Robert Frank has more for us.
On Tuesday, the tallest and most expensive residential tower will open in Manhattan. Robert Frank gives a tour with some sky-high views which also includes some sky-high prices.
Robert Frank gives us an exclusive tour of the most expensive housing listing in the country as it was the fictional home for the television show “The Beverly Hillbillies”.
We’re seeing the working class consumers helping the U.S. economy but the wealthy consumers are actually spending less. What does this all mean? Robert Frank has more for us.
Apple announced its arrival to the luxury watch market this week with the $10,000 Apple Watch Edition. Social media and commentators went wild discussing the whopping price tag and whether it made sense for Apple to pit its 18 karat gold model against the stalwarts of the Swiss watch industry. Why would you buy an …
Once aimed at a small elite with their blingy designs, luxury smartphones are being toned down as manufacturers look to broaden the appeal of their high-end devices. Vertu has released a £4,200 ($6,800) smartphone known as Aster, with a 5.1-inch sapphire crystal screen and titanium casing, materials often used on expensive Swiss watches. Consumers can …
Chinese brides and Indian festivals will drive diamond demand into new year, the CEO of De Beers told CNBC, as the market for the precious jewel continues to rebound. The U.S. is by far the biggest diamond market in the industry that was worth $72.1 billion in 2012 but China and India are the fastest-growing, …