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Fox Photo Revolutionizes Picture Development

Working with a talented array of individuals on distinct transactions, Robert V. Glaser was among the team members who spearheaded many successful investments. Among these investments was the American chain of photo stores known as Fox Photo Inc. Before it became successful, Fox Photo had humble beginnings as a small San Antonio-based studio run by an individual named Arthur C. Fox. The studio switched hands when it was purchased by a man named Carl Newton in the 1900s for just $700. Around this time, amateur photography was still in its infancy and was just starting to develop in popularity. In… Read More

Tiffany and Co. Shines Like A Diamond

Tiffany and Co. rose to fame through its beautiful jewelry and stylish accessories. They caught the eye of the partners at the investment firm Investcorp. Robert Glaser served on the corporate board of directors for Investcorp, and he was part of the team that headed the investment in Tiffany and Co. They made a great decision – Tiffany and Co. was Investcorp’s first and most profitable investment. Tiffany and Co.'s famous jewelry and sense of style was the reason why. Funnily enough, Tiffany and Co. started as a stationary store in 1837. Charles Tiffany, one of the founders, decided to… Read More

The Growth of Gucci’s Luxury Brand

Gucci is one of the most well-known fashion brands on the planet, and their styles can be found all over the world. The Gucci brand is 97 years strong and one of the most popular manufacturers of clothing, purses, shoes, and other products. Gucci was founded in 1921, by Guccio Gucci. He was impressed by the luxury leather suitcases he saw in Paris, so when he returned to Florence he began establishing a shop that sold high-end leather goods. Before long, the company had stores in Milan and Rome. The early Gucci stores sold handbags, loafers, knitwear, and silks. They… Read More