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Maxine Bennet turns 100 this month, and the jewelry store she founded is pulling out all the stops for her centennial celebration.
The Holocaust survivor came to the United States more than 60 years ago and built a well-known and well-respected estate jewelry business.
From Steve Jobs to Babe Ruth to herself, Pat Henneberry shares her favorite thoughts on sales and success.
The retailer is accepting applications for couples willing to travel across Europe in search of the most romantic proposal spots.
She passed away Wednesday evening at her home in Palm Springs, California surrounded by family and friends.
This year’s “Wag” Award, named for the late William Wagner, goes to Michigan’s Rottermond Jewelers.
Rosenwasser, who ran New York Jewelers alongside his family, is remembered as a larger-than-life figure with a big heart.
He passed away surrounded by family after a five-year battle with leukemia.
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