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At a time when many people are focusing on their health and happiness for the next year, jewelers across the country share with National Jeweler what goals they’ve set for 2015. 
The top stories on National Jeweler last week reflected on the year, and the holiday season, that just passed and looked ahead to 2015. 
“Celebrate New York,” a now-annual event for Jewelers for Children, is back and will take place on Jan. 18, the evening of the opening day of the JA New York Winter Show. 
Remembering Scott Kay, a jeweler pleading guilty to selling fakes, and the biggest mistakes jewelers make in displaying merchandise were among National Jeweler’s most-clicked-on articles of the year. 
National Jeweler asked retailers to use just one word to describe their holiday season sales. Responses ranged from mediocre to cheerful to unusual. 
Analysts and independent jewelers offer their prognostications on the forces that will shape retail in the coming year.
Articles on bridal jewelry trends for 2015 and three of the five forces that have transformed the jewelry industry over the last 35 years were among the top stories on National Jeweler last week. 
The retail industry as a whole will lose an estimated $10.9 billion to return fraud this year, with more than a third of that occurring during the holiday season, according to the National Retail Federation’s 2014 Return Fraud Survey. 
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