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Tara Hutchinson moved into a new house last month, complete with a fully furnished jewelry studio.
JBT data shows that 73 U.S. retailers went out of business in the first quarter, down from 241 in the same period last year.
Monique Allen, wife of Crown Color’s Lewis Allen, was eating breakfast in their hotel when a bomb went off.
A retailer’s expansion, WJA Award Honorees, and a Beverly Hills “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” moment were among last week’s jewelry news headlines.
The store, which is located in Chicago, will put a portion of its inventory up for auction ahead of its closing in June.
It triggers happiness, relaxes people and might even get them to spend a little bit more, Peter Smith writes.
It will be the well-known retailer’s fourth store in the state and fifth overall.
McIntyre will take charge of merchandising and sales for the pearl company’s “Gifts from the Sea” division.
The industry veteran was described as a “giant of a man” and “the best friend a person could ask for.”
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