A roundup of JCK‘s top stories from the past week.
Larry Lawton, a former jewelry thief and the founder of a program for troubled teens and young adults, talked with JCK about how jewelers can protect themselves against people in his old line of work.
Argyle announced that it will feature three ultra-rare red diamonds in its upcoming Pink Diamond Tender—the most it has featured in its 30-year history.
Terry Burman, the former CEO of Signet Jewelers, has crossed over into enemy territory by becoming chairman of rival Zale Corp.
Vendors give their opinion of former Signet CEO Terry Burman’s decision to become chairman of Zale.
One hundred and ten JCK exhibitors share the pieces they can’t wait to share with you at the show.
Silver has followed gold in taking a major price tumble.
Christie’s will auction James Bond’s Breitling Top Time watch, worn by Sean Connery in the 1965 movie Thunderball, during its Pop Culture sale on June 26.
Sean Daily, founder of online marketing agency Social Media Ninjas, shares his knowledge of all things social media with the jewelry industry.
The market for same-sex marriage and commitment jewelry heats up.
Consumers who have waited years for their De Beers class action settlement money: Your checks are in the mail.