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Consulting company MarketShare has found that advertising on television “is still the ‘best giant megaphone’ to convey a message to a large audience of consumers.”
John Dasher, owner of The Diamond House in Topeka, Kan., pleaded guilty to buying jewelry that he knew had been stolen in home invasions.
The CEO of jewelry design and distributing company Haskell Jewels LLC died June 8 after battling cancer.
Recruiting companies now can register for the fair, which is scheduled for Monday, July 27 during the JA New York Summer show.
Here are the top five stories on NationalJeweler.com from June 7 to 13, according to Google Analytics.
Jewelers for Children has donated $25,000 to Save the Children’s Nepal Earthquake Relief Fund to support the efforts being made to help children and their families in the devastated area.
Independent retailers need to capitalize on the extra lengths emerging designers will go to in order to be heard in a sea of noise, designer and columnist Jacqueline Stone writes in her latest Diary entry.
Moonga is replacing founder Jesper Nielsen, who will remain on board but focus on overall development of the brand.
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