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: Meet the CEO who's made hiring employees with autism a priority Just the Facts: Comparing Bombardier C Series passenger jets Bombardier set for C Series 300 test flight Market Call Tonight: Top picks from Leon Frazer’s Douglas Kee What's next for Bay St. player Michael Wekerle? Convicted and jailed, the original rogue trader speaks 20 years later: 'The deterrent isn't good enough' What to consider before selling stuff online Canada’s inflation at 14-month low on slumping oil prices Ukrainian economy 'on the brink' Inflation situation: Loonie and gas prices affect CPI See the world's largest nuclear power facility from a drone's perspective TD and CIBC raise their dividends Market Call Tonight: Top picks from Sprung Investment’s Michael Sprung Should we fear a crash in auto loans? Is it a mistake to bet against Apple? Why B.C. and Ontario have the nation's hottest housing markets Why B.C. and Ontario have the nation's hottest housing markets Talking Management Video: How a charismatic leader inspires How do the Hudson’s Bay real estate deals work? RBC profit hits $2.46-billion in first quarter 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?