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While overall jewelry crime continued to trend downward in 2014, there was a spike in the number of smash-and-grab robberies due primarily to two large gangs.
The latest issue of National Jeweler’s new digital magazine is available on (virtual) newsstands now.  
Focusing on one’s body, eliminating clutter and cultivating relationships are three of the most important aspects to being happier, author and keynote speaker Gretchen Rubin said at WJA’s In the Know conference Tuesday. 
With many baby boomer generation jewelers heading into retirement, the MJSA Education Foundation has developed a new initiative to introduce more young people to the field of jewelry making.
The number of small business owners who can’t find qualified people to fill open positions has reached its highest level since before the recession, a survey by the National Federation of Independent Business shows. 
Show organizers said the number of buyers from the United States who attended the Hong Kong gem and jewelry shows this month increased, as did overall attendance.
 The indictment of 17 individuals involved in smash-and-grab robberies and the increase in the number of jewelry companies consolidating or closing were the top stories last week.
The JBT’s data shows a 32 percent increase in the number of companies that exited the industry in 2014. Dione Kenyon shares several plausible explanations for the spike.
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