Clusterstock  Sep 28  Comment 
New York City's Diamond District — located on 47th Street between Fifth and Sixth Avenues — glitters and sparkles, the well-lit diamonds in shop windows immediately drawing the eyes in. But what shoppers might not realize is that behind...
Forbes  Sep 27  Comment 
Jewelry insurance broker T.H. March tells an Oracle OpenWorld 2016 crowd how to turn social engagement into revenue growth.
MarketWatch  Sep 26  Comment 
Crooks have long been drawn to the high-end jeweler. Few of them tried something as audacious as this.
TechCrunch  Sep 23  Comment 
 Cuff, the smart jewelry maker that promised a line of fashion wearables capable of sending emergency alerts to trusted family and friends, shut down earlier this year leaving a number of customer orders unfilled and vendors unpaid. Now, the...
Wall Street Journal  Sep 23  Comment 
Anglo American’s gemstone business kicks off a $1 billion investment in Canada’s far north, aiming to deliver 4.5 million carats a year even as demand for high-end jewelry loses its luster.
Forbes  Sep 20  Comment 
According to De Beers, millennials spent nearly $26 billion on diamond jewelry last year, which is more than any other generation.
Yahoo  Sep 19  Comment 
At first glance, a nonprofit that employs underprivileged women in Uganda to make jewelry and a publicly traded company with over 4,200 employees and 80 stores nationwide might not seem to have much in common.
Wall Street Journal  Sep 14  Comment 
The maker of Cartier jewelry and watches issued a profit warning as it posted a tumble in sales, reflecting the challenges luxury-goods companies face from weaker demand in Asia and a decline in tourism in Europe.
Yahoo  Aug 26  Comment 
The “Galleria of Jewelry” and its rivals are having trouble getting shoppers. The CEO blames the presidential campaign.
Reuters  Aug 25  Comment 
Upscale jeweler Tiffany & Co reported an unexpected rise in second-quarter profit, driven by lower raw material costs, price hikes and the sale of more high-margin jewelry.


Companies in this industry sell fine jewelry and discount jewelry through company owned retail stores and over the internet. The majority these companies do not mine their own metals or precious stones.

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