Amazon has another winning idea

Amazon continues to come up with great ideas for the consumer. You can’t dispute the quick delivery of your items, and especially for those you use every day. If you let Amazon know how often you want it, you don’t have to think about it anymore, Amazon Prime will have it there on time. I…

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Stores need more than touch-up, need reinvention

J.C.Penney, Nordstrom, and Kohls showed disappointing first quarter in profits. In fact, all of them did worse than expected. On the flip side, Walmart and Target showed stronger earnings. Nordstrom pulled back on promotions to increase earnings and it back-fired. Sales dropped and profit expectations were slashed for the full year Each store has its…

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Pan for gold in Houston, and Improvement for a jewelry store from a burger joint

Pine Forest Jewelry store already exists on Uvalde in Northeast Houston, but they will have an added event within the next year. Customers will be able to have an experience they will never forget, panning for gold.  We want to make Pineforest Jewelry in Houston a WOW Experience for every person who enters, said the…

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Breaking up Facebook, does this solve all the problems?

One of the co-founders of Facebook, Chris Hughes, has suggested that it be broken up. He stated that Facebook has become very powerful and its dominance poses a lot of dangers. His assessment is accurate and troubling at the same time but it does not address the most important dangers,  the flood of politically divisive…

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Weekend news in retail and jewelry

The FTC has issued more guidelines to jewelers who are advertising lab diamonds. “Describing simulated or laboratory-created diamonds merely as diamonds, without more, would likely convey the false impression to consumers that they’re buying mined diamonds. Using a brand name that includes the word diamond, without qualifying your claim with a clear explanation, would present the same…

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