Virginia “Gina” C. Drosos, right, is the new CEO of Signet Jewelers Ltd., replacing Mark Light. Stories about Light’s departure from the top post at the jewelry retail giant garnered the most clicks on last week.
New York--Here are five stories that were most popular on National Jeweler last week, according to Google Analytics.

1) Mark Light Retiring, Signet Appoints First Female CEO
Signet Jewelers announced Monday that longtime executive Mark Light would be leaving the company at the end of the month and would be replaced by board members Virginia “Gina” C. Drosos.

2) Analysis: Light’s Out at Signet
Editor-in-Chief Michelle Graff breaks down the chain of events that led to Mark Light’s exit from Signet.

3) R.I. Wholesaler Charged in Multi-Million Dollar Fraud Scheme
A 51-year-old man allegedly created fake invoices for his wholesale jewelry distribution business to defraud a debtor finance company of more than $3.6 million.

4) Former Employee Charged in Steal-and-Sell Scheme
A 30-year-old man who used to work at Manfredi Jewels’ New Canaan store allegedly stole more than $150,000 worth of Rolex watches and sold them on eBay.

5) Here Are the Watches Wimbledon’s Finest Will be Wearing
Associate Editor Ashley Davis’s 2016 article about the watches tennis stars wore to the 2016 tournament found a new audience this year, the week after the 2017 edition of the competition concluded.

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