An interview with Lisa Bridge, the new president of Ben Bridge Jeweler, was one of National Jeweler's most-read articles last week.
New York--These were the most popular stories on National Jeweler last week, according to Google Analytics.

1. Man Found Guilty of Ordering 2004 Murder of Diamond Dealer
Federal authorities say Hector Rivera paid two men $30,000 to kill Eduard Nektalov.

2. Wave of Smash-and-Grab Robberies Hit Midwest
Suspects have broken through showcases in jewelry stores in Michigan and Illinois, the JSA said.

3. Q&A: 10 Questions with Lisa Bridge
The new president of Ben Bridge Jeweler talked succession planning, concept stores and challenges with Editor-in-Chief Michelle Graff. 

4. Zsa Zsa Gabor’s Diamond Necklace Is Up for Grabs
Bonhams will offer the Harry Winston piece totaling 66 carats at its Dec. 4 sale in New York.

5. Norman Rockwell’s ‘Watchmaker’ Painting Sells for $7M
The Watchmakers of Switzerland commissioned the piece in 1948 as part of a marketing push.

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