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California retailer Robbins Brothers is using the hashtag #MakeLoveNotCoffee on Facebook and Instagram to engage the public in conversation about Starbucks’ new jewelry rules for baristas.
 Effy is teaming up with Princess Cruises to give the jewelry brand a new presence on three of the company’s ships.  
Sears Holdings Corp. is slated to close more than 110 Sears and Kmart stores around the country, many before the holiday season, according to one report
Piaget has launched a new global advertising campaign that is designed to invite consumers to experience the brand’s watches and jewelry in inspiring locations around the world.
One Tokyo-based company has just upped the ante on wearable technology, introducing a diamond ring outfitted with near-field communication capabilities. See how it works in this video from Core Jewels.
While Mike Barnes’s decision to step down after less than four years seems sudden, it’s not shocking that he wants to relocate to be closer to family. 
Jewelers of America will honor Larry Pelzel, vice president and divisional merchandise manager of precious jewels at Neiman Marcus, with its Gem Award for Lifetime Achievement at the 13th annual Gem Awards in January.
Yoko London is expanding in the United States, a market that CEO Michael Hakimian said is rapidly becoming the brand’s best. 
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