LVMH chairman and chief executive, Bernard Arnault, flip-flopped on his previously agreed Tiffany & Co. deal earlier this year, eventually purchasing the company at a lower price. Photo: AFP LVMH chairman and chief executive, Bernard Arnault, flip-flopped on his previously agreed Tiffany & Co. deal earlier this year, eventually purchasing the company at a lower price. Photo: AFP
LVMH chairman and chief executive, Bernard Arnault, flip-flopped on his previously agreed Tiffany & Co. deal earlier this year, eventually purchasing the company at a lower price. Photo: AFP
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LVMH chairman and chief executive, Bernard Arnault, flip-flopped on his previously agreed Tiffany & Co. deal earlier this year, eventually purchasing the company at a lower price. Photo: AFP LVMH chairman and chief executive, Bernard Arnault, flip-flopped on his previously agreed Tiffany & Co. deal earlier this year, eventually purchasing the company at a lower price. Photo: AFP
LVMH chairman and chief executive, Bernard Arnault, flip-flopped on his previously agreed Tiffany & Co. deal earlier this year, eventually purchasing the company at a lower price. Photo: AFP
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