A roundup of JCK‘s top stories from the past week.
Thanks to two inches of snowfall on Christmas Day, customers of McFarlin’s Jewelers in Amarillo, Texas, may be getting money in their stockings.
Macy’s announced it will close six stores this spring, part of what it called “normal course adjustments” to its lineup.
David Yurman has pulled out as an exhibitor of Baselworld, the international watch and jewelry fair, according to WWD.
Several department stores and mass merchants called their holiday comps disappointing, another sign of what analysts termed a lackluster Christmas season
On Dec. 27, Tiffany & Co. and famed Italian designer Elsa Peretti renewed their long-standing relationship with a new 20-year partnership agreement worth $47 million.
These five jewelers are prime examples of how Twitter can help you stay connected to consumers and help your bottom line.
Boris Goynatsky of BG Art Jewelry has a bevy of wedding band designs designed for those who like to stack.
Analysts are terming the highly touted partnership between Neiman Marcus and Target a disappointment, with both companies now selling pieces from the holiday collection on its websites at 70 percent off.
For three weeks, we asked retailers what holiday gifts were selling in their stores. Here’s what they shared.
I contacted a handful of people whose opinions I trust and asked them one question: What’s your boldest prediction for 2013?