By Michelle Graff
New York-- Here are the five most popular stories from for the week of Feb. 8 to 14, according to Google Analytics.

The division, which covers the U.S., Canada and Latin America, confirmed to National Jeweler that a restructuring of its field organization lead the company to let go 70 people from its visual merchandising team.

Blue Nile announced during its quarterly financial earnings call that it plans to move its showcase-in-store experiment from Nordstrom into its own space. 

In the midst of New York Fashion Week, color institute Pantone revealed the 10 shades it expects to be hot for spring. 

After 111 years in business, the Oklahoma City jewelry store is closing its doors so owner Gary Gordon can retire, he says. 

“The Jewelry Coach” Pat Henneberry recently spent time in the hospital with her mother. Here’s what the experience taught her about good customer service. 

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