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: The role of online communities in innovation Should you invest in Japanese stocks? Is Adidas back in the race? Toronto home sales hit record high Drawing Conclusions: A look at what payday loans really cost Market Call Tonight: Top picks from Padlock's Don Lato The Bottom Line: Should you tell co-workers what you earn? A candid Warren Buffett responds to critics Why McDonald’s turnaround plan has no meat Market Call Tonight - Top Picks When should young Canadians start saving for retirement? What we own, and what we owe: How Canadian households measure up Market Call Tonight: Top picks from CastleMoore’s Hap Sneddon Tesla wants to power homes with its batteries Say on pay – Why shareholders are so angry How should you spend your tax refund? Lexus' shock therapy sees 'ugly' sell Hulu's 'Seinfeld' deal: It’s about much more than nothing Can rising profit help VW move on? Privacy by design: The competitive edge big business misses 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?