Opinions range from “useless” to “valuable business tool.”
"The industry is changing, but it is also much the same as 30 years ago."
From coffee to bourbon, refreshments set shoppers at ease.
Half are planning gatherings, while the other half say “no.”
Her retail operation is based in Palm Beach.
The store’s top salesperson is threatening to hire an attorney to protect against a “hostile work environment.”
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40 percent said they grew more than 25 percent year over year.
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Jacob Wosinski’s passion for jewelry resonates with customers.
Should the owner fire him or not?
Tim Searfoss shares his favorites.
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CT Magazine readers voted Malloves Jewelers the Best in Connecticut.
Retailers experiment with size, placement and shapes.
Tauqeer Imran draws on medical background to inspire others.
Lab-grown diamonds and custom design continue to be hot.
Zorells aims to “spoil their clients rotten.”
From vacations to trade shows, jewelers are getting out.
Seven out of 10 say they no longer use either.
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