Because someone else already did.
In other news, the company's Paris headquarters has a very fancy roof deck.
"I am simply thinking out loud."
Also, you can give up on any hopes that LVMH might open some duty-free shops.
It's going to be awhile before the Hermès family can actually put their anti-LVMH plan in motion.
They're (mostly) free to proceed with their anti-takeover plan.
Hermès's anti-LVMH scheme could backfire.
The designer's former position at Lacoste did not allow him to "unleash his full potential."
Finally, an LVMH exec fires back!
It's the only way their whole "unnamed holding company" scheme will work.
The Hermès family has pooled over 50 percent of the company into an unlisted entity where LVMH can't get to them.
Ooh, more luxury mudslinging!
She's the wife of LVMH's main competitor, PPR's François-Henri Pinault.
People are invited to climb inside it.
They've taken out full-page ads in several French newspapers.
Meanwhile, Hermès's sales are going gangbusters.
They're being probed by French stock-market regulators.