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Investigators believe that thieves followed a van from a trade show in Chicago to a rest stop near Rochester, Minn. before allegedly carrying out a $500,000 heist in a matter of minutes. 
MJSA just named Ann Arnold, the chief strategy officer at the Buyers Intelligence Group (BIG), as the chair of its board of directors.  
Investigators believe that thieves followed a van from a trade show in Chicago to a rest stop near Rochester, Minn. before allegedly carrying out a $500,000 heist in a matter of minutes.  
The Omaha retailer said it still believes in the “goodness of people” even after it came to light that a woman the jeweler rushed to help might have been dishonest.   
An independent jeweler’s $170,000 sale and Q&A with the man working to clean up the grading practices of EGL labs outside the United States were the top stories on National Jeweler last week.
Scott Kay Inc. will reopen today after the unexpected death of the brand’s namesake designer last week, a man who is remembered as a pioneer in the jewelry industry.  
Attleboro Jewelers was awarded the 2014 Business of the Year Award by the United Regional Chamber of Commerce in Massachusetts. 
Jewelers Mutual Insurance Company is again teaming up with Sarah’s Hope Jewelry and Jewelers for Children to give to children in need through its “Hope for the Holidays” sweepstakes. 
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