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The judge’s latest ruling in its battle with Costco likely left Tiffany feeling a little blue. But the legal battle between these two retail giants over the term “Tiffany” in relation to engagement ring settings is still in its early stages, and no one side has a clear advantage.

Target Corp. is continuing its expansion into Canada with the opening of nine more stores in five provinces over the course of 2014. 
Hudson’s Bay Company announced Monday that Saks Fifth Avenue will officially enter the Canadian market with the opening of two stores in Toronto. 
California retailer Robbins Brothers confirmed last week that the company has been sold to private equity firm Comvest Investment Partners. 
Target Corp. confirmed Wednesday that it is letting 475 workers go, and news reports state it will leave another 700 open positions unfilled.  
Sally Morrison has been named managing director of jewelry for the World Gold Council and now will be responsible for the organization’s jewelry operations worldwide. 
In an effort to cut costs and “adjust its national footprint,” J.C. Penney announced Thursday that it is closing stores and laying off thousands of workers.
The name Tiffany & Co. has been immortalized by Truman Capote and Audrey Hepburn, sung by Marilyn Monroe and had its jewelry worn by party guests of the great Gatsby. Now, the iconic New York jeweler gets to tell its own story on the big screen. 
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