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National reports of damage are severe and widespread, but incomplete, according to the Jewelers Security Alliance.
He's looking to reinvent how his store reaches out to and connects with customers.
He describes the corporate business as "very cutthroat, very push-push".
Wisconsin jeweler intended his story to be inspirational, but has to admit that it was so hard he almost gave up at one point.
Retailer says of his new location: "This was my destiny, to be here and nothing was going to stop me.”
When designing your store, give the loo some love.
He's been ordered to spend two-and-half years behind bars.
He shows to up to do benchwork, see old friends and dispense goodwill.
Grand Seiko master travels from Japan for demonstration at Schwanke-Kasten Jewelers.
His final day was Nov. 7.
This Wisconsin store has a popular line of pendants shaped like area lakes.
Store owner was inspired by mentoring program for underprivileged teen girls.
16 ways to win your employees' love without losing their respect.
Six retailers who mesmerize passersby with window displays.
Attention-getting program draws customers to Jim Kryshak Jewelers.
Visibility works both ways for the Yekos, who broke out of the mall after 30 years.
It had been open for 131 years
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Free opportunities abound for boosting your business, but potential pitfalls await the unwary.
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