A roundup of JCK’s top stories from the past week:
In his latest letter to investors of Berkshire Hathaway, the investment firm’s chairman Warren Buffett seemingly warned that the price of gold was heading for a correction, arguing that bubbles “inevitably pop.”
You may have to wait even longer for those checks from the De Beers antitrust settlement.
IndexIQ Advisors filed paperwork with the Securities and Exchange Commission for permission to list what is believed to be the first U.S.-based exchange-traded fund to invest in diamonds.
In a case that may be watched closely by lawyers who specialize in trademark infringement, jewelry and watch manufacturer Montblanc is suing Google, demanding the search giant disclose the names of companies that are allegedly advertising counterfeits on its AdWords program.
For the second time in six months, an alleged jewelry thief was arrested after voluntarily giving the jeweler his name and address.
I couldn’t stop myself from diving into JCK‘s archives yet again, in search of more cool jewelry ads from the 1800s. Enjoy.
A.G. Weindling entered into a licensing agreement with Richline Group, allowing the company to use its new jewelry metal, Platinaire.
Ben Bekdas, the store’s owner, designed the 5.02 ct. ring with help from Polizzi’s fiancé, Jionni LaValle.
Private equity firm TSG Consumer Products recently acquired a 50 percent stake in New York jewelry design company Alexis Bittar.
So the De Beers class action settlement payouts may be delayed again, as the objecting lawyers plan to take their case all the way to the Supreme Court.