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ALROSA helped 32 seriously ill children see the football stars

ALROSA, the world’s largest mining company, helped 32 seriously ill children make their wishes come true and go to the World Cup in Russia FIFA 2018™.

Yesterday

De Beers lifts Q2 output to 9 mln cts

Anglo American said De Beers’ rough production jumped 3 percent to 9 million carats in the second quarter of the year from 8,7 million, a year earlier, reflecting sustained healthy trading conditions.

Yesterday

Pangolin acquires significant stake in AK10 kimberlite

Pangolin Diamonds has signed a joint venture agreement with Makanwu Civil Blasting (MCB), a private company in Botswana, which granted it the sole and exclusive option to earn up to a 75 percent interest in the AK10 diamond project.

Yesterday

Arkhangelskgeoldobycha may eventually be bought by ALROSA

According to an article published today by the Kommersant Daily, Russia’s Central Bank raised multibillion claims against the Otkrytie Holding and the latter might need to sell Arkhangelskgeoldobycha (AGD), which is developing the Grib diamond...

Yesterday

Institutional Investor ranks Sergey Ivanov among the best CEOs in the mining sector

Sergey Ivanov, the CEO of ALROSA, was named one of the best CEOs in the mining sector, according to Institutional Investor’s ranking.

19 july 2018

How Amazon Looks at Its Jewelry Sellers

12 april 2018

(jckonline.com) – In late March, 21C Jewelry Solutions announced that Kristin Cherry Jackson had joined the consultancy. Cherry Jackson used to work for Amazon.com as a senior category merchant manager for jewelry. To understand her job, you have to realize that Amazon sells in two ways. The first is through standard Amazon retail, where you order direct from the company. The second is through third-party sellers. Cherry Jackson worked with third-party jewelry sellers, which included everyone from big chains to manufacturers to mom-and-pop jewelry stores. Though it’s often been unclear how committed Amazon is to the jewelry category, she assured me that, “in Amazon’s opinion, everything is a growth area. It’s all about being a one-stop shop, and if it doesn’t have something, it failed.” Here are her insights into how the e-colossus works with its third-party jewelry sellers.

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