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Jewelry brand Fred Leighton is making its first move into e-commerce, selling on luxury retail website Net-a-Porter.  
Sales were up again for Amazon.com in the fourth quarter, with the company reporting a 20 percent increase to $25.59 billion as compared with $21.27 billion in the same period last year.
LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton reported 4 percent organic revenue growth for its jewelry and watch division in 2013, led by an “excellent” performance in its directly owned boutiques, particularly Bulgari. 
Target Corp. is continuing its expansion into Canada with the opening of nine more stores in five provinces over the course of 2014. 

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.

The Jewelers Vigilance Committee has announced that the Supply Chain Assurance Kit it created for members of the industry that need to comply with the “conflict” minerals provision of the Dodd-Frank Act is now available for purchase on its website. 
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. 
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