New York--Here are the top five stories on NationalJeweler.com from March 22 to 28, according to Google Analytics.

1. Coach’s Corner: 6 things salespeople shouldn’t do
Pat Henneberry outlines six “never ever” scenarios in the latest Coach’s Corner, including taking cell phone calls and texting in front of customers.

2. ‘Diamond Squad’ head accused of money laundering
An Antwerp law enforcement official who has spearheaded investigations into wrongdoing in the diamond industry for more than a decade has been charged with money laundering.

3. Journalist who exposed industry abuses now on trial
Rafael Marques de Morais, a reporter who authored a book detailing abuses in the diamond fields of Angola, now faces trial at the hands of those he implicated.

4. PA jeweler, wife found dead at home
Police are investigating the deaths of jewelry store owner Boris Sereda, 65, and his wife, Inna, 61, whose bodies were discovered in their home in Northampton Township just 12 miles northeast of Philadelphia on March 22.

5. Roberto Coin rolls out 3 new collections in Basel
The Italian designer debuted Tanaquilla, Golden Gate and Princess at the show in Switzerland, and also rolled out a reinterpretation of Barocco and Poi Moi pieces set with black sapphires.


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