November 23, 2014

Breaking Through With a Natural Product

The success of Amy de Castro’s venture illustrates the opportunities available to the watch business in South Africa, and the challenges it faces.
November 22, 2014

Device Could Help Keep Thieves at Bay

The Opuss Tracker, which is small enough to be hidden inside a watch box, emits a signal that can be tracked on a GPS device or a smartphone.
November 7, 2014

Bringing Old Watch Brands Out of Obscurity

Montres L. Leroy, a watchmaker to the royal courts of Europe, and Manufacture Royale, which has ties to Voltaire, are among companies that are reviving old names.
November 30, 2013

A Watch That Caters to the Global Traveler

Greubel Forsey’s G.M.T. exemplifies the inventiveness of a brand that has made a name for itself with its tourbillon complications.
November 29, 2013

Laurent Ferrier, a Young Watch Brand, Pulls Back

The Swiss independent watchmaker Laurent Ferrier has been navigating troubled waters in the past year.
October 23, 2013

Monaco Charity Auction Disappoints Many

At Only Watch, a biennial charity watch auction, there were some successes, but also dismal results for nearly half the lots for the second year in a row.
September 4, 2013

Watchmakers Target Asia With Asian Aesthetics

Given the scale of the Asian market, it is not surprising that several luxury watch brands are continuing to target buyers, both men and women, with models inspired by Asian aesthetics.
April 26, 2013

Hublot Elevates the Competition With Ferrari Partnership

The marketing pairing of Ferrari and Hublot is part of a broad strategy to raise the watch brand's profile in the world of global sports.
February 26, 2013

Zenith Rediscovers Its Pioneering Spirit

Founded in 1865, Zenith made the watch worn by Louis Blériot when he made the first flight across the English Channel in 1909.
February 26, 2013

Roger Dubuis Rises Up From the Ashes

For the Swiss watchmaker Roger Dubuis, the buzz surrounding its new Quatuor model at the Geneva watch salon was a high point on a five-year climb back from near extinction.