Gucci owner Kering said on Tuesday that the weak euro and strong dollar were likely to boost revenue this year but could hit margins in the first half(...)

François-Henri Pinault, who took over the Kering business from his father in 2006. Photograph: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg

Since September, at least nine senior executives have left businesses controlled by French billionaire François Pinault. The latest came this month, w(...)

Patrizio di Marco, chief executive officer of Gucci, the luxury goods maker owned by Kering. Photo: Bloomberg

Gucci’s top two executives will step down from the luxury label as owner Kering seeks to revive growth at its faltering flagship luxury brand. Gucci(...)

Gucci’s  performance is likely to reinforce concerns among investors about the long-term growth prospects of mega- brands. Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

Sales growth at Italian luxury brand Gucci almost ground to a halt in the fourth quarter, hit by over-expansion in China where demand weakened (...)

A model wears a Gucci double-breasted cashmere military coat. The brand has been attempting to attract wealthier shoppers by raising prices. Photograph: Gregory Vaughan/The New York Times

Kering SA, which owns the Gucci fashion label, fell the most in about six months after third-quarter revenue trailed estimates amid the weakest growth(...)

Sunglasses stand on display inside a Tag Heuer store, operated by LVMH , in the Pavilion Mall shopping center in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Asian consumers are more inclined to shop impulsively and pay extra for designer goods than people from other regions, according to a study by market information company Nielsen Holdings NV. Photograph: Goh Seng Chong/Bloomberg

The world’s largest luxury-goods maker LVMH, and Gucci owner Kering, reported accelerating sales growth as the industry rebounded from a weak start (...)