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Swatch Group Beats Profit Forecasts

The Swiss watchmaker anticipates double-digit sales gains in local currencies this year.

Blancpain Expands Air Command Range

A rare vintage revival with a few modern touches.

Cultural Wunderkind and Archivist Steven Mark Klein Dies at 70

A tribute for the multifaceted talent is being planned for some time next year.

Peanuts Worldwide Dives Into Gaming With the Moniker Group

The gaming industry is expected to generate $180.1 billion in revenue this year, according to market research…

Swatch Debuts Next Chapter of Bioceramic Collection in NYC

Swatch kicked off the launch of the 1984 reloaded collection with an event where guests played vintage video…

Breguet Names Swatch Group Veteran as CEO

Lionel a Marca becomes one of the few watchmakers at the helm of a major watch brand.

Swatch Sees Improved Sales in H1, Expects to Surpass 2019 Levels in H2

Swatch said sales from its own retail stores outpaced the group average over the first half of the year.

Swatch Group, Swiss Watch Exports Signal Improving Business in U.S.

Swatch group executives said business has bounced back quickly when markets reopen.

Swatch Group Posts Loss but Expects Improvement

Swatch Group, which owns Omega and Longines, posted an annual loss but expects business to improve this year.

Louis Vuitton Names New Retail Boss After Tiffany Shakeup

David Ponzo has succeeded Tiffany-bound Anthony Ledru.

Swiss Watch Exports Drop 35% in June Despite China Bump

The monthly statistics show signs of a recovery, noted Bernstein analysts.

A Most Violent Half: China Is Back, But Luxury’s Outlook Remains Grim

The double-digit sales declines reported this week were shocking, and unlike anything the industry has ever…

Swatch Cuts Staff, Stores as H1 Earnings Drop

With new product launch activities resuming in the second half, group expects positive operating result for…

Swatch Group Reshuffles Top Management, Promotes Internally

The Swiss watchmaker named new bosses for Longines, Rado, Union, Tissot, Certina and Hamilton.

Swatch Group Plans Dividend Cut as Coronavirus Bites

The world's biggest watchmaker will ask shareholders to approve a 30 percent cut in its planned dividend.