The Month In Review: March
March 28, 2018 (0 comments)
Merrick, NY—The global diamond industry reeled as the scandal involving Indian diamantaire Nirav Modi and his uncle, Mehul Choksi, head of the behemoth Gitanjali Group, grew far bigger and more complicated than initial reports suggested. In the United States, 126-year-old Modi-owned jewelry company A. Jaffe filed for Chapter 11 to separate itself and hopefully find a buyer. A beloved Texas AGS jeweler was killed in a home invasion, diamonds ruled the Oscars, and Trice Jewelers rakes in success from its famous Wish Book. In case you missed any, here were the top stories from March:
A. Jaffe Files Chapter 11 As Indian Scandal Grows; Synthetics Found In Modi Goods
In Memoriam: Theodore Shaughnessy, Gallerie Jewelers, Killed in Home Invasion
Wish Book Gets Brilliant Results In a Trice!
Total Crime, Homicides, And Residential Crime Up In 2017, Still Much Lower Than Peak
Jeweler Sells $152K Of Dated Inventory In One-Hour Sale
12 Key Tips to Make Sure Your Digital Marketing Works
Google Exec To Jewelers: Your Ad Spending Is All Wrong!
Jeweler Ann Marie Dunn Of J.R. Dunn Honored For Support Of Women
Icky New Engagement Ring Trend Makes Avocados Seem Normal
Jewelry Trends From The Oscars: Diamonds, Diamonds, And More Diamonds