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Chairman Jeff Corey dedicated the award to his parents, Robert and Enid, who ran the store while raising seven children.
The Zadok-owned building will allow for a retail store double in size and also will feature restaurants and offices.
The fifth generation to join the family business, Bromberg was known for being outgoing, compassionate and putting others first.
The Chicago jeweler partnered with auction house Leslie Hindman to sell off inventory before closing its doors this month.
Peter Smith makes a case for giving your top salespeople space, but not so much space that they feel entirely alone and unappreciated.
Through a new portal launched by MJM Global, JA members will have access to reduced costs for health care options and a streamlined enrollment process.
A 187-year-old jewelry store closing its doors, a diamond-related cryptocurrency scam, and lagging diamond sales were among last week’s talk-of-the-town jewelry news headlines.
Robert Haack Diamonds in Milwaukee will reimburse customers up to $5,000 if the city’s team can net the ultimate victory.
Denise and Martin Siegel were recognized for their service to Greenwood House, a senior care center in New Jersey.
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