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Consumers will spend more than ever before on gift cards this holiday season, citing practicality as the reason they buy them instead of picking a specific present.
An expert in online reputation management answers questions about the correct way to handle negative reviews on the Internet, “trolls” and when it’s OK to ignore a bad review.  
U.S. Antique Shows, organizers of the trade-only antique jewelry show held in Las Vegas every year, is launching a new show aimed at the high-end market.   
One California jeweler recently received a call asking her to cough up $1,100 because she, allegedly, was behind on her electricity bill. She knew better than to pay it.  
One California jeweler recently received a call asking her to cough up $1,100 because she, allegedly, was behind on her electricity bill. She knew better than to pay it.   
 Robbins Brothers’ response to the Starbucks ban on stone-set rings was the most popular story on NationalJeweler.com last week.
The Jewelers Vigilance Committee has released a legal compliance guide designed to help designers, jewelers and anyone else who engages in e-commerce at either the retail or wholesale level.
Sandra Helayne Schechter Hequin, a member of the family that owns Miami mainstay Morays Jewelers, died last week after a brief battle with cancer. She was 53. 
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