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A luxury timepiece is an essential accessory for a CEO. Here is a list of watches worn by some of the world's most powerful executives.
4 of the most expensive watches at America’s biggest luxury watch event, including the $800,000 Breguet that Cristiano Ronaldo was seen wearing
The Breguet Double Tourbillon worn by Cristiano Ronaldo was among the event's priciest timepieces, valued at $800,000.
A ‘bargain’ Rolex, the brand’s first new model in nearly 20 years at the time it was released, may be the best watch investment righ...
Online luxury watch reseller Watchfinder & Co. thinks it could be the most cost-effective investment for watch enthusiasts right now.
This online Rolex marketplace brings much-needed transparency to the resale and trade of high-end watches — here’s how it works
Bob's Watches is an online marketplace that specializes in the secondary luxury watch market. They show market value to help both buyers and sellers.
The millennial CEO at the head of one of the most controversial luxury watch brands in the world credits his success to two key factors: passion and l...
In January 2018, 32-year-old Marco Tedeschi was appointed the new CEO of Romain Jerome (now called RJ). Prior to that, he spent 10 years at Hublot.
A British ‘genius’ painstakingly made 23 pocket watches by hand in his lifetime — and one of those just sold for a whopping $1 milli...
Legendary watchmaker George Daniels handmade 23 pocket watches during his lifetime. One of those rare watches just sold at a Geneva auction.
Troverie is a new website that’s making it easier, more secure, and less intimidating to shop for new luxury watches online
Troverie is a luxury watch site that connects buyers and brands through authorized dealers. The website allows for an easy shopping experience.
An online luxury watch marketplace is auctioning collectible vintage and used Rolexes for the holidays — and the potential savings are big
For the first time ever, Bob's Watches is holding holiday-themed auctions on vintage and used Rolexes until December 21 — and potential savings are big.
Millenials growing up in the digital era are “intrigued” by luxury watches because they aren’t electronic.