The news stories that proved the most popular this year, including a new gemstone, a rash of store closings, and an (allegedly) crooked California jeweler
News editor Rob Bates talked to veteran gem explorer Yianni Melas about the all-new and all-natural gem.
Bates’ interview with Richline chief marketing officer Mark Hanna about the future of the brand was shared widely via Facebook.
When New York Fashion Week rolls around, so do 10 new chic colors used in clothing for the season ahead and named by the color authority. Market editor Jennifer Heebner wrote about the spring 2017 picks.
The company announced it was walking away from just about every “white” and “silver” retailer—and a few “gold.”
The number of wholesalers and manufacturers also fell.
The jeweler was accused of replacing two diamonds with moissanite.
Morgan Stanley analysts warned that miners need to boost marketing to past–De Beers levels.
Dina R. Garfinkel defrauded 12 companies of at least $400,000 in merchandise, the government said.
The convention center, the show’s longtime home, has been revamped.
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