1. EBay’s focus on luxury to refurbished goods drives results beat: Ebay has expanded the categories on its platform to offer pre-owned sneakers and jewelry as it looks to tap steady demand from diehard collectors of high-value souvenirs such as electronics, trading cards and watches. – Read More on Reuters

2. China vs U.S.: Where should luxury fashion brands be focusing right now? China still has the potential to be a very large market and Chinese consumers are coming back to luxury goods stores – in Q3, spending was almost back to where it was one year before, despite the lockdowns over the summer. – Read More on SCMP

3. Hugo Boss Raises Outlook as Revamp Brings in Younger Buyers: New collections presented at the Milan Fashion Week propelled the brand on social media and generated strong demand, buoying Q3 results. – Read More on Bloomberg

4. US corporate bankruptcy filings rise in October: There were 37 bankruptcy filings in October, up from 31 in September. As of Oct. 31, 312 companies had filed for bankruptcy in 2022, fewer than any other comparable period going back to at least 2010. – Read More on S&P Global

5. StockX lays off more employees for second time since June: The Detroit-based reselling e-commerce platform for sneakers, handbags and other luxury goods has again turned to layoffs as executives continue to restructure the company. – Read More on Crain’s

6. Minecraft’s ‘first luxury goods collection’ features real-world $3,000 Burberry coat: Burberry and the contemporary gaming pioneer join forces on a collaboration that features a customized in-game landscape, in-game skins, and real-world wares. – Read More on Minecraft