Those that don't often turn the extra money into bonuses.
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California retailer draws on relationships to make philanthropy work.
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It requires more than point-and-shoot with your iPhone.
He got into the jewelry business to buy a Jaguar.
Yet some of you still see hope.
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One retailer demands the return of Gene The Jeweler.
Virtual strategies and creative promotions can take the place of big parties this year.
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Selling bridal today requires more than just a dedicated showcase.
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They opened a second store a year ago.
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