Asia Ferrari crashes highlight danger of Asian luxury backlash Add to ... Reuters Published Wednesday, Sep. 26 2012, 6:21 AM EDT Last updated Wednesday, Sep. 26 2012, 6:29 AM EDT Fatal accidents involving Ferraris and Asia's elite have sparked public outcry and served as a reminder that even the most glamorous brands have to tread carefully. Watch More Video: Business Forecast: Job numbers show U.S. economy recovering WTO reaches landmark deal to boost global trade Fake bills on the rise in this area of Ontario Sears spins off Lands' End U.S. hiring accelerates. So what's the Fed's next move? U.S. jobless rate drops to 5-year low Can this digital landlord deliver a disaster-proof cloud? Just when will Japan's bondholders jump ship? Ford muscles up with new Mustang The beginning of the end of 2013 The strengths of Western Canada's apartment market ECB 'ready' for further action U.K.'s first upbeat outlook since 2010 465,000 JPMorgan card accounts hacked London enjoys U.S. retail invasion This tin of Caviar costs 100,000 euros Peter Munk to step down from Barrick Gold at 2014 AGM Why a changing of the guard in corporate Canada is a good thing U.K.'s Osborne claims vindication in growth Portugal delivers on privatization target Comments AA More Related to this Story Agriculture Video: Nebraska farmer gives thanks despite drought Manufacturing Video: The changing face of Canada's businesses Manufacturing Video: Will America regain the industrial crown?