The luxury conglomerate's first-quarter financial report shows a hint of optimism for China this year despite the ongoing anti-corruption campaign.
A maze of a mall in Xiamen may look subterranean from above, but actually features several floors of retail and office space starting at street level.
Chinese luxury brands have long faced negative stereotypes, but a focus on better branding may help them succeed both at home and abroad.
From a lack of transparency to not understanding "guanxi," experts weigh in on how to avoid mistakes in China's tricky business environment.
As countries all over the world search for new ways to attract moneyed Chinese tourists, the French Embassy in China plans to reach them on their mobile devices.
As China's investment-minded collectors push the prices of Asian antiques sky-high, Chinese porcelain takes its place among the world's most expensive luxury items.
Brands like Cartier and Ferragamo aren't skipping China for their annual price increases despite the luxury market's slowing growth.
As global demand skyrockets for Chinese-speaking luxury professionals, the Kering-owned luxury brand is sending Chinese students to Monaco to gain retail expertise.