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In addition to country of origin, the jeweler will tell customers where their diamond was cut, polished, graded and set.
She succeeds her father, the company’s namesake, as CEO.
The closely followed trademark case over use of the “Tiffany” name is going back to the district court for a trial by jury.
The Danish jewelry company also shuttered 32 stores in the second quarter, mainly in Germany, the U.K. and the Nordic countries.
The retailer, which owns jewelry brands Alexis Bittar and Carolee, may be acquired by mall owner Simon and licensing company Authentic Brands.
The jeweler ranked 95th on the National Retail Federation’s list of fastest-growing U.S. retailers.
Its new platform offers a one-stop-shop for digital services for the jewelry industry, and it’s free to enroll.
Monica Stephenson of Anza Gems and Moyo Gems is the new president of the board of directors.
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