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Asante Gold: Uk To Loan Again Ghana’s Looted ‘crown Jewels’

30/01/2023
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Notably, the impact of COVID-19 and the social unrest in the US are not mentioned. Bogliolo’s appointment comes seven months after former Bulgari CEO Francesco Trapani joined the Tiffany & Co. board. Trapani – a member of the Bulgari family – oversaw the sale of that business to LVMH in March 2011. Yet the COVID-19 crisis proved to be a thorn in the facet of each corporations, and the deal was left in tatters amid claims of monetary mismanagement and underhanded techniques. Tiffany & Co. had remained proudly independent for more than a hundred thirty years, with its signature blue boxes and indelible New York id at the core of its strength as a global brand.

When French luxury conglomerate Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton acquired Tiffany & Co. in January, LVMH management instantly signalled that big changes had been afoot, whether clients favored them or not. In an announcement launched …

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British Museums Return Looted Crown Jewels To Ghana Under A Long-term Loan Association

30/01/2023
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The acquisition of Tiffany & Co. will greater than double LVMH’s revenue within the watches and jewellery class. US monetary publication Bloomberg reports that LVMH has submitted a revised offer of $US15.7 billion, although representatives for LVMH and Tiffany & Co. decline to comment. Media stories, quoting sources near the negotiation, indicate that the Tiffany & Co. board has rejected the $US14.5 billion supply as too low, but is ‘receptive’ to a better bid. Analysts speculate a new provide will value the corporate at $US130 per share. Moët Hennessy-Louis Vuitton SE submits an unsolicited takeover offer to the Tiffany & Co. board, valuing the US company at $US120 per share.

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