LVMH boss Arnault ditches private jet to avoid online scrutiny


The world's second-most wealthy man, French tycoon Bernard Arnault, founder of the LVMH luxury goods empire, has sold his company’s Bombardier Global 7500, currently the biggest and longest-range business aircraft, because his movements were being broadcast on Twitter accounts aimed at shaming him over its carbon emissions.

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Bernard Arnault, the world’s second-richest man, has sacrificed the comfort of his ultra-luxury jet and switched to rented aircraft to escape the tracking of his flights on social media, reports The Times.