The topics up for discussion with lawmakers included inflation, rising interest rates, hiring challenges, and crime.
All proceeds up to $25,000 will benefit the It Gets Better Project, a nonprofit that supports LGBTQ+ youth.
It has brought a complaint against a battery maker labeling its products as “Made in U.S.A” when some parts allegedly come from China.
The company has signed two Mineral Investment Contracts for license areas in northeast Angola.
The organization began updating its Code of Practices last year, focusing on mining, precious metals, colored gemstones, and labs.
An undisputed leader in diamond processing and silver jewelry, India aspires to replicate this success and become "Jeweler to the World."
Anglo American is also donating $5 million for humanitarian relief in Ukraine, it said in a statement.
The company is also suspending its membership and halting financial support of the Natural Diamond Council.
The longer Russia’s assault on Ukraine continues, the more complicated the situation becomes for the jewelry industry.
The sanctions are not a total ban on doing business with Alrosa in the U.S., but they still will have an impact on the jewelry industry.
Scheduled for Feb. 23, it will focus on how major players in the jewelry industry are working toward net zero.
For tax year 2022, the IRS has substantially lowered the threshold for receiving a 1099-K for business transactions made via payment apps.
Botswana will take over as chair of the Kimberley Process in 2022, with Zimbabwe serving as vice chair.
A company called Anjin is mining in Zimbabwe again, stirring up protests among area residents that resulted in 29 arrests.
The papers involve millions of documents leaked to a consortium of journalists that shed light on the complex world of offshore banking.
The Federal Trade Commission recently changed its guidelines on U.S. origin claims to a rule. Here’s what you need to know.
He was the former special advisor for conflict diamonds at the U.S. State Department.