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The 2nd Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals struck down an earlier ruling that dismissed the lawsuit, which alleges that Sterling Jewelers paid women less and passed them over for promotions.
The retailer said although physical stores are vital to its omnichannel strategy, it must shut down stores that are lagging in sales.
Nearly a year after David Yurman sued the Walmart-owned retailer for allegedly selling its jewelry without authorization, the two parties have reached a settlement.
Tiffany & Co. has notched a huge legal victory, with a federal judge granting its motion for summary judgement and rejecting arguments that the term “Tiffany” has become generic.
Chow Tai Fook and designer Wallace Chan have crafted a necklace that can be worn 27 ways from the Cullinan Heritage, the huge rough diamond the company bought for $35.3 million in 2010.
The Romano’s Jewelers stores in Culver City, Northridge and Downey, Calif. have closed, with a single liquidation sale slated to begin in mid-October.
To celebrate its new jewelry salon opening this fall, the retailer is collaborating with the miner to create a line of gemstone pieces slated to debut in the space.
The retailer will open a new store in a historic building in Auckland, New Zealand late next year, marking the company’s first entry into the country.
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