A roundup of JCK’s top stories from the past week:
The price of gold is likely to surge beyond $2,000 this year, according to the Gold Survey 2012 released by Thomas Reuters GFMS, a leading consultancy in precious metals.
On April 5, J.C. Penney terminated approximately 1,000 employees, according to its latest filing with the SEC.
A federal judge has struck down a law that would tax Internet sellers in Colorado
The Antwerp Diamond Bank and parent company KBC Bank on April 6 filed a motion to dismiss a $500 million claim against them by Lazare Kaplan.
A recent article in the New York Post got some excited that the city was finally ready to crack down on the hawkers (or “pullers”) that accost passersby on 47th Street, trying to get them to either sell or buy jewelry
All those guys in your store aren’t just shopping for their significant others! They’re ready to buy some jewelry of their own.
Five Art Deco jewelry ads from the JCK archives that left web editor Daniel Ford speechless.
Our guide to the people making waves and breaking barriers in the business.
Mitch Horowitz has been named vice president of business development for Harmon Group.
Despite the recession’s end, retailers are discounting more than ever, according to a new survey of 70 retailers conducted by Miami-based Retail Systems Research.