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Target wants to reach urban and college town consumers through “flexible-format” locations that are less than 50,000 square feet.
Jury selection is slated to begin this week in the trial phase of Tiffany’s ongoing case against Costco over its sale of rings falsely labeled as having a Tiffany setting.
The online jewelry retailer will open its fourth by-appointment-only brick-and-mortar location this fall in the Gold Coast.
The purchase by parent company XO Group will allow The Knot to get to consumers earlier in the wedding planning process and connect them to jewelry vendors.
The jeweler has hired Mark Erceg as its executive vice president and chief financial officer, effective Oct. 18.
By next year, a source estimates that Amazon could have as many as 100 pop-up shops nationwide. Currently, Amazon has 21.
The e-tailer is purportedly in the midst of opening a host of pop-ups in U.S. shopping malls that will be focused on selling devices, like Kindles and Echo speakers.
A karat gold and diamond fashion ring manufactured by Fairfield, Ohio-based Quality Gold. The company just bought North American Jewelers Inc. out of Chicago in an effort to expand its bridal business.
North American Jewelers Inc. is known for bridal and special occasion diamond jewelry and will help Ohio-based Quality expand its engagement ring business.
The jewelry manufacturer and distributor has hired Natalie Engravido as director of brand management for Triton.
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