|Need an engagement ring? Therea s an app for that
Pick the wrong one and you risk a lukewarm reception to your proposal. Now, nervous grooms-to-be can obsess over the perfect ring while commuting to work or hanging at the sports bar with the new iPhone app, the Tiffany & Co.
|Kay Jewelers eyes glamour to boost sales
Kay Jewelers parent Signet Jewelers Ltd is raising its glamour quotient by introducing a line of diamond rings by celebrity designer Neil Lane in a bid to keep its market share gains going.
|A kaleidoscope of diamond jewelry on tap for 2009
New York--This spring, a shake-up of earthquake-like proportions is about to happen, with something rare and wonderful at its epicenter: Natural colored diamonds.
|Citi renews Zale U.S. credit card deal; shares rise
Citigroup Inc has renewed and modified its U.S. private-label credit card partnership with Zale Corp , safeguarding a relationship behind nearly half of the jeweler's U.S. sales.
|Jewelry worth $4,500 stolen in burglary
NIAGARA FALLSâ€”Gold and diamond jewelry items worth $4,500 were stolen in a burglary Friday at a LaSalle Avenue apartment, police said. Access to the apartment was through a porch window, between 10:30 a. m. and 11:10 p. m., police said.