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I am probably the oldest known green pigment.
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Plus, how to get your staff to actually listen more.
Plus solutions to preventing and/or reducing property damage and business interruption loss.
They knew that the biggest risk of all was to stay still.
Gabriel & Co. led by a landslide.
This is the time to get your ducks in a row for spring and Mother's Day.
And tag, you're it on National Proposal Day.
Those are the gambles most likely to pay off.
It's a tip from Michael Kors.
The better the chair, the more likely the client is to buy.
Several readers enjoyed INSTORE's "Knowing vs. Doing" story.
Our Brain Squad sounds off on why they do or don't have one.
One says that if it is, he might as well fire his salespeople and hire clerks from Walmart.
Gesture generates goodwill.
Exhibitions add a layer of customer experience.
Stephenie Bjorkman inspired by sunsets and mountain views.
And here's a cool way to present newly-cleaned jewelry in a way you've never thought of.
He made the mistake of calling his friend to let him know before he fired the son.
And don't miss this DIY jewelry book ... a nice gift for aspiring jewelers.
Plus a Greek interpretation on the classic triangle motif.
Charlize Theron wore the style at the Critics Choice Awards.
Here's how to make closing sales easier, says Shane Decker.
Rather than creating an average experience, consider what an 11-star experience would look like.
It's about managing your inventory and marketing correctly.
These are the three main factors to consider when taking on debt.
COMPANY ANNIVERSARIES OFTEN slip by with little fanfare, but when Hamilton Jewelers approached the big one — its centennial — third-generation president Hank Siegel decided it...