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Harlan Kent is the former CEO of Yankee Candle and also held positions at C. Wonder and the Campbell Soup Company.
Located in Chicago, the Swiss company’s new facility will help its North American customers with a need for custom projects and on-site support as well as those working on short timelines.
Target Corp. is launching an extended return policy for certain store-branded items to increase the focus on its own brands and increase consumer ease, the retailer said.
At its 2015 Forevermark Forum, the De Beers diamond brand revealed two new programs designed to help its retail partners retain relationships with online shoppers and build up their diamond inventory.
 A sale is set for equipment and other assets from defunct jewelry company Lia Sophia’s Ontario distribution center as well its headquarters and facility in Illinois.
Target Corp. is laying off 1,700 employees and letting 1,400 positions go unfilled as it restructures to focus on digital, smaller-format stores and personalization.
The Swatch Group said it will appeal the Dutch court decision that voided the $449 million in damages Tiffany & Co. paid over the companies’ failed partnership.
Brazilian jewelry brand H. Stern has opened a temporary boutique in New York’s SoHo neighborhood as its Fifth Avenue flagship store remains closed for renovations.
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