Over the course of its more than 150-year existence, Cartier has survived its share of market gyrations—two world wars and the Great Depression among them—on the strength of its management and stylistic bravado.
Even if today’s financial crisis is posing problems for luxury companies around the world as spending wanes and questions are raised about long-term effects on the consumer psyche, Cartier is facing the situation with confidence.
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