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The New York City institution known for launching the careers of some of the industry’s most well-known designers is breaking up.
Frederick Goldman’s plans for Scott Kay and the Jewelry Coach’s seven tips on creating customer love proved to be the most popular stories on NationalJeweler.com last week.
A consumer trends expert who has worked with Rio Tinto and Coca-Cola will deliver the speech at the association’s New York expo, scheduled for March 8 to 10.
National Jeweler has chosen four books from Goodreads’ February list of new releases that could be beneficial to business owners and added an editor’s pick for reading pleasure.
Jewelers of America has inducted Waterville, Maine-based Day’s Jewelers into its JA 100 Club to celebrate the retailer’s century in the jewelry business.
While reports from across the country indicate that Valentine’s Day sales were uneven for jewelers, those consumers who were buying went for lower price points, classic diamond pieces and skinny bracelets for stacking.  
With the brand now under its belt, executives at Frederick Goldman Inc. are planning to propel the business’s bridal and fashion lines into a more high-end arena and access an expanded base of consumers.
The Berkshire Hathaway-owned manufacturer and marketer has inked a deal to scoop up Chrysalis, a line of stackable bangles adorned with talismans, good luck charms and spiritual symbols.
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