A roundup of JCK’s top stories from the past week:
After more than 600 synthetic colorless diamonds were submitted to the International Gemological Institute without disclosure, the lab is warning the trade about the possibility of more undisclosed stones on the market.
While the IGI’s lab alert has certainly caused plenty of alarm, it is important that people not panic. Synthetic diamonds are still available in only small numbers when compared to naturals.
Your check may—finally—be in the mail.
Elsa Peretti, the famed Italian designer whose creations comprise 10 percent of Tiffany’s net sales, may sever her 38-year relationship with the famed jeweler, the company admitted in a May 23 filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Showgoers might be overwhelmed by the prospect of attending next week’s big to-do in the desert, but here’s a short list of JCK Las Vegas exhibitors you shouldn’t miss.
Don’t underestimate the degree to which a business plan can enhance traffic, sales, and profits
The Plumb Club has launched a redesigned website featuring weekly articles about jewelry trends.
Here are 10 good reads that should broaden your understanding of online retailing.
Securities litigation firm Rigrodsky & Long is investigating the planned purchase of Bidz.com.
Senior editor Rob Bates speaks to founder and CEO Glenn Rothman about why the company has decided to make this move—and what it means for retailers.