A roundup of JCK‘s top stories from the past week.
Police in Overland Park, Kan., arrested a suspect who allegedly burglarized a jewelry store owner at her home after tracking her with GPS devices.
The lawsuit claiming that Macy’s sells mislabeled gold took an unusual turn on April 18: The case got a new plaintiff after news emerged that the first was the mother of the class action lawyer.
J.C. Penney is moving ahead with plans to revamp its fashion jewelry assortment and presentation with a new concept called the Bijoux Bar. The company also put out a new ad acknowledging its past “mistakes.”
If some clients seem a little happier, it may be because, after nearly a yearlong delay, De Beers class action payments to consumer claimants are poised to go out soon.
In the past week, I’ve seen more cool jewels, talked about more timepieces, met more interesting people, and drank more champagne than in all the months of 2013 combined.
The U.S. diamond market is built on bridal jewelry and H SI stones less than a carat, says a new market outlook from De Beers obtained by JCK.
The feathery detail adds a regal air to our most-viewed jewel of the month from Jeff Cooper.
Brad Campbell, president of Morgan Jewelers, the 18-store jewelry chain based in Salt Lake City, has resigned, the company confirmed to JCK.
In honor of May’s birthstone, enjoy a time-out with our fun facts on emerald quiz
On April 30, Swarovski US Holdings agreed to acquire 100 percent of Minneapolis-based bead maker Chamilia.