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09/02/15

Macy’s links itself with fashion tech startup

The retailer has a new, exclusive partnership with Nineteenth Amendment on Macys.com, putting the tech firm’s designers and their made-to-order items in front of Macy’s millennial shoppers.

09/02/15

Liquidation sale to begin soon for 3 Romano’s stores

The Romano’s Jewelers stores in Culver City, Northridge and Downey, Calif. have closed, with a single liquidation sale slated to begin in mid-October.

08/28/15

Signet comps up 4 percent in Q2

Boosted by the continued integration of Zale and a strong performance from bridal jewelry, Signet reported an increase in both same-store sales and total sales in the second quarter on Thursday.

08/28/15

Movado sales up 1 percent in weak watch market

A challenging retail environment was offset by selective price increases and source improvements in the supply chain to slightly bump sales for Movado in its second quarter.

08/24/15

Bergdorf, Gemfields partner on collection

To celebrate its new jewelry salon opening this fall, the retailer is collaborating with the miner to create a line of gemstone pieces slated to debut in the space.

08/21/15

Tiffany & Co. to tackle New Zealand market

The retailer will open a new store in a historic building in Auckland, New Zealand late next year, marking the company’s first entry into the country.

08/20/15

More chains report modest gains in Q2 sales

An increase in foot traffic helped boost same-store and total sales for Target, Walmart and T.J. Maxx’s parent company in the second quarter.

08/20/15

Bloomingdale’s glitch leads to $10K diamond buy

A recent computer glitch caused the retailer to accidentally issue thousands of dollars in store credit to those in its loyalty program; one customer cashed in on the mistake with jewelry.

08/19/15

Department stores don’t dazzle in Q2

J.C. Penney and Nordstrom reported modest gains in same-store sales while Macy’s saw its comps slip and Kohl’s came in flat.