Economists are wary of how retail will fare in August as the $600 unemployment boost expires and coronavirus cases rise.
And the price is likely to keep rising this year.
Introduced last Wednesday, the new feature allows users to create 15-second videos using a single shot or stitched-together clips.
Jewelers of America and the Jewelers Vigilance Committee each will hold upcoming webinars to discuss how the jewelry industry can create more ethical and inclusive work environments.
More Q2 results roll in, a pair of hearts wins big at auction and BIPOC designers send a message.
An open letter from a group of black, indigenous, and people of color jewelry designers calls for more support, education and equity.
A big blue diamond sells for $16 million, another big retailer goes bankrupt, beautiful rubies for July, and more.
It will be held in one venue instead of the usual two.
Hundreds of companies have halted advertising on the social media site to protest its lack of policing hate speech and misinformation.
The Treasury Department and the Small Business Administration also released more information about where the PPP money went.
Called JewelPAC, the program assures compliance with the anti-money laundering requirements of the USA PATRIOT Act.
Oriel College, where the statue of Cecil Rhodes stands, will also launch an independent inquiry into the issues surrounding it.
First-quarter results, another acquisition on the rocks, Signet’s reopening steps, and more.
Updates to PPP include more time to use the funds and a change to how much of the loan can be used for non-payroll expenses.
Hundreds of protestors are demanding Oxford’s Oriel College remove the statue of Cecil Rhodes.
Updates on jewelry trade shows, a new coronavirus relief bill is unveiled, Jared is hosting virtual weddings, and more.
The plan includes provisions for small businesses, including changes to the Paycheck Protection Program.
Editor-in-Chief Michelle Graff sat down for a virtual chat with Kate Moore, who wrote a book about the courageous watch and clock dial painters of the early 20th century.
A major trade show is canceled, the Paycheck Protection Program gets a refill, advice on screening employees, and more.
The new bill includes an additional $310 billion for the Paycheck Protection Program, which ran out of funding last week.
Meant to help businesses impacted by coronavirus, the 90-day delay will not extend to Chinese goods or steel and aluminum imports.
Baselworld loses major brands, thoughts on the future of retail, an update on the Paycheck Protection Program, and more.
An additional $250 billion is on the table, but lawmakers have yet to come to an agreement.
With businesses closed and consumers staying at home, U.S. retail sales posted a steep decline last month.
Three major trade shows are called off, thousands of retail workers are furloughed, and one retailer spreads hope.