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Emily Blunt's rings at the Mary Poppins Returns premiere mimic a stacking effect.
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Author Seth Godin says strategic quitting is the secret of successful organizations, while reactive quitting is the bane of those who strive and fail to get...
The year's newest collections include a first-time launch for Kristy Ford and men's collection by Leslie Paige.
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The right items and advance planning can make your business fit.
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In 2017, the 25th anniversary of Steve Floyd’s business, Floyd & Green Jewelers of Aiken, SC, came with problems that overshadowed what should have been a...
When Jennifer Hornik Johnson was working in advertising in Atlanta, she might have had a hard time envisioning how she’d end up owning a jewelry store...
Torin Bales closed his store in Victoria, TX, in February 2018, and last year represented a new way of life. “It was the first weekend after...
Mike Doland of Doland Jewelers in Dubuque, IA, told his three sons that when he turned 65, he’d be stepping aside and they could purchase the...
Alan Perry, who recently turned 60, is trying to slowly let go of his “baby,” Perry’s Emporium in Wilmington, NC, and let his sons take over. His...
Now 66, Rusty Korman, founder of Russell Korman Fine Jewelry, began considering retirement around the time that Larry and Kat Stokes began to seriously pursue their...
Beth Guntzviller never imagined she’d retire at 65 to make space for her son & daughter to take over management of Miner’s North Jewelers in Traverse...
From bench training to personal expectations, this advice provides holistic assistance.
Vice-president Gregg Kelly considered aspects from the scent of flowers used outside to handicapped signage.
The essential jeweler's calendar for the month starts here.
Try these ideas to make the month more productive.
Here are the newest rainbow-hued jewelry pieces from designers and manufacturers.
Lafonn sold best among our survey group.
Two readers warn guns are dangerous, while another worries about the death of retail in favor of custom design.
He had really high standards.
This could be extremely important to your sales performance.
This could be a great way to show clients how much you care.
A successful ending to your retail career requires planning.
November trunk show highlighted Kotlar’s 70th anniversary.
Tapping into jewelry customers’ desire for individuality is the key to retail success.
Secure sales techniques not only keep your jewelry safer, they make your clients happier, writes Shane Decker.
Each of these tips could save you substantial expense.
London Business School prof advises, "Keep your vision fuzzy and your priorities clear."