A roundup of JCK’s top stories from the past week:
Vending machines aren’t just for corn chips anymore.
On May 6, famed billionaire Warren Buffett once again worked the jewelry counter at Borsheims—scoring big sales while seemingly relishing the attention.
Pandora’s stock rebalancing campaign hurt the Danish charm manufacturer’s financial results for the first quarter of 2012, group CEO Björn Gulden told JCK in an exclusive interview.
In the latest phase of its ongoing evolution under former Apple stores chief Ron Johnson, J.C. Penney has moved sales associates from a commission-based pay structure to a competitive hourly rate structure.
Martin Thomas Gatins, senior vice president of Cartier North America, died May 4 at the age of 61 after a five-year battle with leukemia.
Blue Nile reported mixed financial results in the first quarter of 2012—with sales up but profits down 93.5 percent.
A survey by the Luxury Institute finds that wealthy U.S. shoppers rank Nordstrom highest among luxury retailers.
Chopard hits Cannes, Hunger Games jewelry, and more…
Taylor Miller, a college freshman at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, launched her business, Hazen Jewelry, when she was only 9 years old.
As we near the halfway point for 2012, gold bugs can’t be too happy about the performance of their favorite metal.