In these days of investigating corporate excess and indicting greedy CEOs, luxury can be a messy topic. Meeting planners operating in the glare of publicly traded companies are being scrutinized more than ever. And for those who plan incentive travel or purchase gifts for top salespeople, dealers, and distributors, that scrutiny is complicating an already delicate high-wire act. Is there still a place for that famous seafoam-green Tiffany's box, or a pair of first-class tickets to Paris? Or ...

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