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The watches & jewelry division was among the hardest hit, with sales dropping 26 percent.
With businesses closed and consumers staying at home, U.S. retail sales posted a steep decline last month.
Jamie Iannone, previously the head of Walmart’s e-commerce channel, will take the reins April 27.
A few of the major players in the jewelry industry have given large sums of money. Here’s where the money is going.
Australian regulators need more time to review LVMH’s acquisition of Tiffany & Co. as the coronavirus pandemic slows down operations.
Three major trade shows are called off, thousands of retail workers are furloughed, and one retailer spreads hope.
The company denies the allegations, but said it reached a settlement to avoid spending more time and resources on the case.
It joins a growing number of retailers doing so as stores remain shuttered in an attempt to contain COVID-19.
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