Signet Buys Zale to Form World’s Larget Jeweler, David Yurman CEO Steps Down, Jewelers Take Heart From Solid Valentine’s Day, and More

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Signet Buys Zale
to Form World’s
Largest Jeweler

Signet Jewelers announced it was buying longtime rival Zale Corp., in a seismic and unprecedented merger of the No. 1 and 2 jewelers in America.

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Courtesy of David Yurman

David Yurman CEO Glen Senk
Stepping Down

Glen Senk, who served as CEO of David Yurman for two years, has resigned from that position, to be replaced by founder Yurman.

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Jewelers Take Heart From Solid
Valentine’s Day

Consumers showed jewelers some love on what is traditionally the second biggest gift-giving holiday of the year.

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On Set Today:
Men’s Diamond Jewelry for the April Issue

Jennifer Heebner, Senior Editor
from Style 360

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Make This Year a Gem With Our Ultimate Guide
to Birthstones

Brittany Siminitz, JCK Marketplace Manager
from On Your Market

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What a Showstopper!

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