This month's column follows up on the many comments we received from readers of last month's column, "Luxury, In The Words Of Upscale Americans," which focused on the differences in how upscaleAmericans, as defined by their spending power (i.e., their household incomes and wealth), describe luxury in response to the following question: "When you read, see, or hear the word luxury, pleasedescribe briefly what you think about."
NYS Entity Status
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OCTOBER 02, 2013
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DOMESTIC BUSINESS CORPORATION
2013 - PARC WORD WIDE LUXURY AUTO, CORP
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- Luxury, In The Words Of Female And Male Luxury Buyers
Wednesday Apr 5, 2017
- Neighborhood Joint: Staubitz Market in Brooklyn: 100 Years of Sawdust, Steaks and Chops
By ANDREW COTTO - Wednesday Jun 14, 2017
- Luxury, In The Words Of Upscale Americans
Wednesday Mar 1, 2017
This month's column follows up on comments we received from readers of last month's column, "Luxury, In The Words Of Today's 3 Major Generations," which focused on the differences in how Millennials,Gen-Xers, and Boomers describe luxury in response to the following question: "When you read, see, or hear the word luxury, please describe briefly what you think about." This month we focus ondescriptions of luxury among the following two segments of consumers based on their spending power.
- Luxury, In The Words Of Today's 3 Major Generations
Wednesday Feb 1, 2017
Luxury, affluence, and wealth marketers define their target markets in many different ways (by income, wealth, generation, buying habits, attitudinally, etc.).
- Big, Luxury SUVs Make a Comeback
Friday Apr 14, 2017
Lower prices at the gas pumps have fueled an increase in SUV sales and that means more choices for the consumer. WSJ's Christina Rogers reports from the New York International Auto Show on the latest and greatest offerings.
- In Luxury Auto, Dealers Must Be Data-driven
Wednesday Apr 12, 2017
The dealership is no longer a consumer's first stop when researching an auto purchase. While the test drive remains essential, most consumers begin their search online, drastically cutting down on thetime they have historically spent looking around showrooms. All signs point to a period in time, not far off, where consumers can buy their cars online and then drive away with the cars withoutspeaking to a salesperson.
- Takata Bankruptcy Doesn't End Auto Industry's Pain
Wednesday Jun 28, 2017
One of the world’s largest air-bag makers, Takata Corp., has finally filed for bankruptcy after a drawn-out scandal involving faulty products that caused multiple deaths. The question now is how much wind this will take out of its big-auto-maker customers.
- Effects of Takata Bankruptcy to Extend Far and Wide
By JONATHAN SOBLE - Monday Jun 26, 2017
It is selling its surviving operations to a rival, but its bankruptcy will affect efforts to repair vehicles and compensate those hurt by exploding Takata-made airbags.