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Morton died Oct. 24 of mesothelioma, a cancer caused by asbestos.
In the U.S., 146 jewelers ceased operations in the third quarter, down from 313 in the same period last year.
Industry experts and leaders share ways to inspire and drive team members to make sales and stay focused during the busy holiday season.
While the industry provides plenty of formal learning opportunities, maintaining an educational culture that starts closer to home is an absolute must, Peter Smith says.
Rosana Guernica, granddaughter of Reinhold Jewelers’ Marie Helene Morrow, has been delivering supplies and bringing back evacuees from her homeland.
This is especially the case among adults ages 35 and younger, according to census data recently examined by the Pew Research Center.
Customer demand, profit margin and winning over competitors’ customers are just a few of them, columnist Jess Gendron writes.
This year, Jewelers for Children has $50,000 that will be used for 10 grants of $5,000 each.
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