LuxuryLab Daily Digest

Posted by Lauren Proctor on September 2, 2009

What One Million Euros Buys in Homes Worldwide (Forbes)
A Barcelona penthouse and a New Zealand vineyard are among these ultra-luxury properties now priced near the million-euro mark.

Tom Wolfe on the Rich (Vanity Fair Fiction)
Losing billions is stressful, and the brave financiers who risk other people’s money need a way to cool off–hopping on the GV, say, for a bimbo-boffing weekend in the Bahamas.

BMW Poised to Top Lexus (Detroit News)
BMW AG wants a new American title: top-selling luxury brand.

The Future of Facebook (Web Strategy)
Facebook continues to make a series of evolutionary moves in recent months. Rather than react to the news, let’s take a holistic look at where the company is headed.

Barneys Owner Committed to Luxury Chain (Forbes)
Dubai investment firm Istithmar PJSC on Tuesday said it is “fully committed” to Barneys New York after a news report suggested the luxury chain it bought in 2007 might need to restructure its debt or even file for bankruptcy protection in order to stay afloat.


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