FAKE Louis Vuitton bags confiscated from the official store at a 5-star hotel
If you’ve recently shopped at the Oberoi Hotel’s mall, it could be that the luxury bag you’ve bought is a fake. Most of us have been entirely safe shopping in a 5-star hotel in recent times considering the excellent reputation. In the aftermath of the events, a cruel truth came to light. Many customers who bought the expensive Louis Vuitton bags at a
Prada realized her mistake in underestimating the importance of an e-commerce site after her contemporaries. Prada said that this well-thought-out measure is to stabilize the company’s profits and also to recover from the declining sales in recent years.
The Internet has quickly become the norm of life, and the one that enters into this spectrum is “ready to wear” and “pretty lines” of luxury brands. These flowered homes see it as a way to bridge the
The appeal of the new Mercedes SL500 lies not in the growling V-8 or nifty retractable roof, but in the circuitry beneath the surface.
Insight can arrive unexpectedly. In this instance, it came in the form of Abe, who owns the convenience store down the street, when I wheeled up in the latest ego-bomb from Mercedes: a slate-gray SL500 with a coolly sinister menace to its sledgelike profile. Abe loves cars and is always happy to
If doing good makes us feel good, why do people at work reliably resist the urge?
The fact that people talk to journalists still fills me with childlike pleasure and surprise. There are so many risks — being misquoted, talking to someone whose skepticism is jaundiced rather than healthy, inadvertently letting some secret slip out. Sometimes people talk to pitch a product or a viewpoint, sure, but most people talk — amazingly enough — because they’re
The best growth opportunities are in businesses that exploit the intangible assets you already have.
In my last two columns, I wrote about how companies can grow at a time when the economy wants to expand in a macro way — as the gross domestic product and consumer confidence index seem to suggest it does — but when individual businesses are hemmed in by all manner of micro obstacles. Mergers and acquisitions? A stratagem whose generally
Just about everyone was fooled by the company’s shiny, polished exterior. But with the business now in ruins, a few points are worth noting.
Just over a year ago, I had breakfast with Jeff Skilling, president and CEO-designate of Enron (ENE). The occasion was a Fortune magazine conference celebrating America’s most admired companies. Enron was ranked high on that list, and Skilling had come to share some of the company’s secrets for managing people.