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One of National Jeweler’s top stories last week was the White House announcing that it officially had lifted the remaining sanctions on Myanmar.
The employment report released late last week by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics shows that the economy added 151,000 jobs in August, following gains in both June and July.
Miya Owens joins the organization after working at Morgan Stanley and as a litigator at New York law firm Jacobs & Burleigh.
The Jewelers Vigilance Committee, which provides legal education to the industry, will celebrate its 100th anniversary next year. It’s currently searching for a new president and CEO.
The Jewelers Vigilance Committee has convened a search committee to replace President and CEO Cecilia Gardner, who will step down next year.
The case solidifies an earlier ruling that internet providers are responsible for blocking sites that sell counterfeit goods.
The Federal Trade Commission will be tougher on paid endorsements and how they are disclosed, according to one recent report. 
Some of the U.K’s top jewelers weigh in on the nation’s decision to leave the European Union.
The issue continues to gain momentum on both sides of the aisle while resistance is waning, those who just visited the Hill say.
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