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Zales Jewelers Is Moving, But It Won’t Go Far

The Signet-owned company is close to signing a new lease.

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Zales Jewelers is in the final stages of finding a new home, The Dallas Morning News reports, and will leave the building that the company once called its headquarters prior to being acquired by Signet Jewelers in 2014. The report says that Zales will leave its longtime digs in Irving, TX when the lease expires in March 2018 for a to-be-determined location in Dallas. Signet is close to signing a new lease for a space that “will be retrofitted for support operations, including a new product assembly department.”

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