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The American Gem Society has launched a virtual guild for members and non-members alike to allow the industry to come together online. 
Retailer and columnist James Alperin, who owns a jewelry store in suburban Cleveland, reflects on the shrinking middle class and what it means for jewelers today.  
Kelly Jacobson, a Chicago-based jewelry designer who started her own studio and also does custom design for four stores, has been awarded the 2014 Carelle-WJA grant.  
Law enforcement agencies across a number of states are on the hunt for two suspects wanted for their alleged involvement in multiple jewelry store heists. 
When it comes to social media, “astroturfing” has nothing to do with sports. The JVC’s Suzan Flamm explains more about this practice and how federal agencies are cracking down. 
A Georgia-based marketing firm created by jewelers for jewelers has started a podcast, an online program that can be heard on demand, specifically for retailers, with an app to follow soon. 
Recent attempts by Simons Jewelers in St. Louis to update its billboard were foiled by a hawk that had set up shop on top of it. 
Consultant Ben Janowski has been in the jewelry industry for four decades. Here's what caught his eye at the recent Couture show in Las Vegas. 
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