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They allegedly robbed wholesale jewelers after watching them for days, stealing more than $1 million worth of goods over the past 18 months. Read more »
It shows there is a gap between what goes on at companies and what gets reported to higher-ups, with employees often reticent to relay incidences of harassment, discrimination and inequality. Read more »
JBT data shows that 73 U.S. retailers went out of business in the first quarter, down from 241 in the same period last year. Read more »
Monique Allen, wife of Crown Color’s Lewis Allen, was eating breakfast in their hotel when a bomb went off.
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Shoppers are expected to spend $5.2 billion on jewelry this Mother’s Day, according to a recent survey.
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A retailer’s expansion, WJA Award Honorees, and a Beverly Hills “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” moment were among last week’s jewelry news headlines. Read more »
The store, which is located in Chicago, will put a portion of its inventory up for auction ahead of its closing in June.
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Arthur Berry Jr. allegedly led a group that conducted jewelry store smash-and-grabs across six states. Read more »
A magazine editor-in-chief, a jewelry brand president and a manufacturing executive are set to be honored this summer.
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