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Hayes joined the jewelry liquidator in 2004, directly out of college.
Jewelers of America and the Jewelers Board of Trade are now allowing retailers to take part in the survey until Nov. 8.
Jewelers should not treat the holiday season as the most wonderful time of the year for moving old merchandise, Peter Smith writes.
The two-day educational conference is being organized by antique jewelry experts Elyse Zorn Karlin and Gail Brett Levine.
Gold prices climb higher, Barneys finds a buyer, Stuller’s new lab-grown diamond collection and more.
Artificial intelligence uses data to make recommendations and is key to creating a better e-commerce experience, Emmanuel Raheb writes.
The latest Reuters poll has the metal averaging more than $1,400/oz. next year, while some analysts predict the spot price could hit $2,000.
The formerly trade-only show will now be known as Watches & Wonders Geneva.
The Gem and Jewelry Institute of Thailand will hold its inaugural event in Chanthaburi in December.
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