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21 июня, 18:02

Tough Time for Retail Jewelry Stocks, Tiffany Breaks the Mold

The industry has been grappling with waning store traffic, stiff competition from online retailers and unwillingness of consumers to spend exorbitantly on discretionary items.

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16 июня, 14:35

180 лет Tiffany&Co

История одного из самых узнаваемых ювелирных брендов в мире.

16 июня, 02:15

All the Child Stars Who Sued Their Parents

Growing up in Hollywood is hard enough as it is. But these child stars had to deal with parents who didn't have their best interests in mind.

14 июня, 16:35

Tiffany (TIF) Up 49% in One Year, Can the Bull Run Continue?

Tiffany & Co. (TIF) had a tremendous run in the past one year as the stock has returned 48.8%.

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13 июня, 19:39

Tiffany & Co. пустила бриллиантового слона на благотворительность

Американский ювелирно-часовой дом Tiffany & Co. выпустил эксклюзивную брошь из платины с бриллиантами в форме стилизованного силуэта слона в поддержку фонда охраны диких слонов Elephants Crisis. На вечере в поддержку фонда в Лондоне были замечены супермодели Кара Делевинь, Даутцен Крез и Наталья Водянова.

13 июня, 15:24

Славянская женщина — страшная сила: чем Меланья Трамп займется в Белом доме

Первая леди США Меланья Трамп и отпрыск президента Бэррон переезжают в Белый дом из «башни Трампа». Жена президента пока еще не знает, как именно будет выполнять свои публичные обязанности, однако надеется повлиять на мужа и его взаимоотношения с однопартийцами.

10 июня, 17:31

Меланию Трамп обвинили в измене мужу

Поддельные новости или правда?

09 июня, 23:32

[Лавстори от Моники Бирн] "Жена Трампа попалась на измене с охранником ювелирного магазина"

Американский президент знает о романе женыСупруга президента США закрутила роман с охранником небоскреба Trump Tower в Нью-Йорке. Об этом сообщает издание BallerAlert со ссылкой на писательницу Монику Бирн. *Как сообщила автор американских бестселлеров, жена Дональда Трампа на протяжении нескольких лет встречается с начальником охраны магазина Tiffany&Co. По ее словам, американский президент знает об изменах жены.Правда, расторгнуть отношения президент США и первая леди не смогут. Согласно данным Бирн, они заключили контракт, по условиям которого развод мог произойти только в случае поражения Трампа на президентских выборах.Ранее первая леди США буквально отшвырнула руку своего супруга, когда они шли по красной ковровой дорожке от самолета, который привез их в Тель-Авив. * Автор публикации может не разделять мнение писательницы и не имеет достаточного подтверждения приведённой информации.(http://ren.tv/novosti/201...)

09 июня, 23:32

[Лавстори от Моники Бирн] "Жена Трампа попалась на измене с охранником ювелирного магазина"

Американский президент знает о романе женыСупруга президента США закрутила роман с охранником небоскреба Trump Tower в Нью-Йорке. Об этом сообщает издание BallerAlert со ссылкой на писательницу Монику Бирн. *Как сообщила автор американских бестселлеров, жена Дональда Трампа на протяжении нескольких лет встречается с начальником охраны магазина Tiffany&Co. По ее словам, американский президент знает об изменах жены.Правда, расторгнуть отношения президент США и первая леди не смогут. Согласно данным Бирн, они заключили контракт, по условиям которого развод мог произойти только в случае поражения Трампа на президентских выборах.Ранее первая леди США буквально отшвырнула руку своего супруга, когда они шли по красной ковровой дорожке от самолета, который привез их в Тель-Авив. * Автор публикации может не разделять мнение писательницы и не имеет достаточного подтверждения приведённой информации.(http://ren.tv/novosti/201...)

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09 июня, 22:50

Меланью Трамп заподозрили в изменах президенту США

По информации американской писательницы Моники Бирн, источники которой она не раскрывает, у первой леди Соединенных Штатов роман с начальником охраны ювелирного магазина Tiffany's в Trump Tower.

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09 июня, 22:00

"Охранник для первой леди". Меланью Трамп подозревают в изменах президенту США

Американская писательница Моника Бирн в своём "твиттере" разразилась целым потоком сообщений на тему слухов о том, что супруга президента США Меланья Трамп уже много лет находится в романтических отношениях с начальником охраны одного из ювелирных магазинов Tiffany's. Как предположила Бирн, именно это является причиной нежелания первой леди переезжать в Вашингтон. — Говорят, что уже на протяжении нескольких лет у Меланьи роман с начальником охраны Tiffany's в Trump Tower, — написала Бирн. Кроме того, по словам писательницы, Дональд Трамп знает об изменах, а между супругами существует договорённость: они остаются женаты, пока республиканец занимает пост президента США. — У них было соглашение (письменное, я думаю): если Дональд Трамп проиграет выборы, они разведутся. Но он выиграл, — заявила женщина. Писательница отказалась раскрывать источник информации и признала, что сообщения являются только слухами, однако, по её словам, журналистам следует в этом разобраться. При этом Бирн призналась, что негативно относится к семье президента США и хочет, чтобы они покинули Белый дом. — И да, я пристрастна. Я хочу, чтоб 45-й президент и вся его гнусная семья не были у власти. Никто из них не безгрешен, включая даже самых красивых.

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09 июня, 15:30

Жену Трампа заподозрили в измене с охранником

В соцсетях пошли слухи о том, что супруга американского президента Мелания Трамп уже много лет встречается с охранником ювелирного магазина. Об этом рассказала писательница Моника Бирн. Мелания Трамп. Фото: Awesomelyluvvie.com Бирн опубликовала в своей Twitter-аккаунте несколько сообщений, разоблачающих Трампа и его супругу, передает BallerAlert. «Говорят, что на протяжении многих лет Мелания встречалась с начальником охраны ювелирного магазина Tiffany & Co, расположенном в фойе небоскреба Trump Tower», – написала она. Девушка отметила, что журналистам стоит внимательно разобраться в опубликованной информации. «У Дональда и Мелании было соглашение (я полагаю, письменное), согласно которому они должны были подать на развод в случае провала Трампа на выборах. Но он победил», – написала сценаристка. «Теперь им нужно пересмотреть контракт. Пока что она заперта в этом браке до тех пор, пока Трамп – президент», – заключила она. Скриншот со страницы twitter.com/balleralert «И да, я не беспристрастна. Я хочу, чтобы 45-ый президент США и вся его жалкая семья вышел из строя. Среди них нет невиновных, включая даже ту, которая прекрасна», – написала писательница. Читайте также: В Шымкенте внезапно обрушилась стена жилого дома (видео)>> При всем этом Моника Бирн отказалась раскрыть свои источники и сама признала, что это слухи. Тем не менее, эта информация, по ее же словам, якобы объясняет причины того, что Мелания Трамп долгое время не покидала Нью-Йорк после инаугурации ее мужа. Примечательно, что сценаристка опубликовала свои сообщения 1 июня 2017 года, однако вскоре она удалила все провокационные сообщения. Тем не менее, любовная интрига Мелании Трамп с ювелиром до сих пор остается одной из главных тем для обсуждения среди поклонников светской хроники. Напомним, в феврале 2017 года первая леди США Мелания Трамп предъявила иск к газете Daily Mail, опубликовавшей информацию о ее работе в эскорт-услугах. Жена президента Соединенных Штатов потребовала возместить моральный ущерб в размере 150 миллионов долларов.

09 июня, 15:11

Писательница уличила Меланию Трамп в измене мужу с охранником

Семья президента США Дональда Трампа не так счастлива, как может показаться на первый взгляд.

07 июня, 21:18

Second Lady Pence Pushes Bee Conservation, An Effort One Critic Labels 'Hypocritical'

function onPlayerReadyVidible(e){'undefined'!=typeof HPTrack&&HPTrack.Vid.Vidible_track(e)}!function(e,i){if(e.vdb_Player){if('object'==typeof commercial_video){var a='',o='m.fwsitesection='+commercial_video.site_and_category;if(a+=o,commercial_video['package']){var c='&m.fwkeyvalues=sponsorship%3D'+commercial_video['package'];a+=c}e.setAttribute('vdb_params',a)}i(e.vdb_Player)}else{var t=arguments.callee;setTimeout(function(){t(e,i)},0)}}(document.getElementById('vidible_1'),onPlayerReadyVidible); WASHINGTON — In hopes of boosting the local bee population and raising awareness about the threats facing the planet’s most important pollinators, second lady Karen Pence has installed a honeybee hive at the vice presidential residence in Washington. Pence and Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue unveiled the new hive — home to a growing population of some 20,000 bees — at an event Tuesday and “urged Americans to do their own part to help reverse” an ongoing worldwide decline in the bee population, according to a White House release.  Tiffany Finck-Haynes, an expert in bee populations at the nonprofit advocacy group Friends of the Earth, called the White House request “extremely hypocritical” in light of the administration’s proposed cuts to funding for environmental protection.  “They’re not putting their money where their mouth is, based on their proposed budget cuts to critical agencies that are needed to help protect bees, butterflies and other pollinators,” Finck-Hayes told HuffPost. Bees & other pollinators are key to 1/3 of the food we eat. Joined @SecondLady to promote beehives & bee health. https://t.co/ra8L8uMGPQ pic.twitter.com/E995UxUNSD— Sec. Sonny Perdue (@SecretarySonny) June 6, 2017 What a bee-utiful day at the VP Residence!!! Thanks to @SecretarySonny for helping to unveil the beehive and explain why bees are important pic.twitter.com/arxqvcGAkl— Karen Pence (@SecondLady) June 6, 2017 In a statement accompanying the White House release, Pence highlighted the importance of pollinators — not only bees, but butterflies, birds and bats — to America’s food supply. Bees alone pollinate 75 percent of the fruits, nuts and vegetables grown in the United States and add at least $15 billion in economic value to the country’s agricultural industry. A 2016 report by a United Nations group, though, concluded that about 40 percent of invertebrate pollinator species – particularly bees and butterflies – are facing extinction. The number of managed honey bee colonies in the U.S., meanwhile, has plummeted from about 6 million in the 1940s to about 2.5 million today, according to the Agriculture Department. The decline has been attributed to several factors, including habitat loss, disease, the parasitic varroa mite, malnutrition and pesticide use. Ongoing colony loss, Pence said, “presents a serious challenge to our ability to produce many of the agricultural products that we enjoy today.” Perdue said that farmers “have no better friends and few harder workers than the honeybee,” and that the rate by which populations are dwindling “represents a diverse mix of challenges requiring a wide range of solutions.” But as President Donald Trump’s administration, including Vice President Mike Pence, work to slash funding for scientific agencies, roll back Obama-era policies to combat climate change and loosen industry regulations, including on pesticides, critics question how bee welfare stands to improve. The Trump administration has proposed gutting by 31 percent funding for the Environmental Protection Agency, which regulates pesticides that studies have shown to pose a risk to bees. The Agriculture and Interior departments, which play a role in monitoring and maintaining pollinator populations, are facing cuts of 20 and 12 percent, respectively. In March, the rusty patched bumble bee became the first bumble bee — and the first of any bee species in the contiguous United States — to land on the endangered species list. But the protection came only after a delay by the Trump administration.  Although the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service listed the bee as endangered in January, that designation was frozen until March 21 as part of a sweeping executive order by Trump that imposed a 60-day waiting period on new regulations. The Natural Resources Defense Council responded by suing the administration, arguing that it failed to give proper public notice of the delay, or safeguard “a species currently facing an imminent risk of extinction.” Climate change, along with affecting the flowering of plants bees depend on, has been shown to shrink bees’ historical ranges. On this front, though, the Trump administration is working to roll back Obama-era regulations aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions and withdrawing the U.S. from the Paris Agreement on climate change.  Finck-Haynes said her concerns include whether EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt will protect pollinators from potentially dangerous pesticides. In April, Pruitt went against his agency’s scientific recommendation and refused to ban a widely used pesticide that’s been linked to learning disabilities in children. Finck-Haynes said she fears that move is a “good indication” of what to expect from Pruitt. Neonicotinoids, a widely used class of insecticides suspected of playing a role in the pollinators’ collapse, are among the pesticides under review at EPA. Called neonics for short, this class of pesticides have been shown to impair bumblebees’ learning and memory and impact their ability to forage.  Dennis vanEngelsdorp, an assistant professor of entomology at the University of Maryland and project director for the Bee Informed Partnership, told HuffPost he believes it’s too early to tell what impact the Trump administration will have on pollinators. He saw Tuesday’s announcement at the vice presidential residence, located on grounds at the U.S. Naval Observatory, as a good sign. “I think that means they’re aware that there’s an issue,” he said. “And I think if people are aware, they realize the value in investing in solutions.” Marla Spivak, a bee expert and a professor in entomology at the University of Minnesota, also welcomed the second lady’s interest in bee conservation. She noted that former first lady Michelle Obama kept a hive in the White House garden. Like others, Spivak is concerned about the administration’s proposed budget cuts, but said much larger grassroots forces are at work, with more and more people realizing the importance of bees to human and environmental health. “There’s a revolution in pollinators and habitat, and people are on board,” she told HuffPost. “There’s no stopping this.” -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

07 июня, 21:18

Second Lady Pence Pushes Bee Conservation, An Effort One Critic Labels 'Hypocritical'

function onPlayerReadyVidible(e){'undefined'!=typeof HPTrack&&HPTrack.Vid.Vidible_track(e)}!function(e,i){if(e.vdb_Player){if('object'==typeof commercial_video){var a='',o='m.fwsitesection='+commercial_video.site_and_category;if(a+=o,commercial_video['package']){var c='&m.fwkeyvalues=sponsorship%3D'+commercial_video['package'];a+=c}e.setAttribute('vdb_params',a)}i(e.vdb_Player)}else{var t=arguments.callee;setTimeout(function(){t(e,i)},0)}}(document.getElementById('vidible_1'),onPlayerReadyVidible); WASHINGTON — In hopes of boosting the local bee population and raising awareness about the threats facing the planet’s most important pollinators, second lady Karen Pence has installed a honeybee hive at the vice presidential residence in Washington. Pence and Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue unveiled the new hive — home to a growing population of some 20,000 bees — at an event Tuesday and “urged Americans to do their own part to help reverse” an ongoing worldwide decline in the bee population, according to a White House release.  Tiffany Finck-Haynes, an expert in bee populations at the nonprofit advocacy group Friends of the Earth, called the White House request “extremely hypocritical” in light of the administration’s proposed cuts to funding for environmental protection.  “They’re not putting their money where their mouth is, based on their proposed budget cuts to critical agencies that are needed to help protect bees, butterflies and other pollinators,” Finck-Hayes told HuffPost. Bees & other pollinators are key to 1/3 of the food we eat. Joined @SecondLady to promote beehives & bee health. https://t.co/ra8L8uMGPQ pic.twitter.com/E995UxUNSD— Sec. Sonny Perdue (@SecretarySonny) June 6, 2017 What a bee-utiful day at the VP Residence!!! Thanks to @SecretarySonny for helping to unveil the beehive and explain why bees are important pic.twitter.com/arxqvcGAkl— Karen Pence (@SecondLady) June 6, 2017 In a statement accompanying the White House release, Pence highlighted the importance of pollinators — not only bees, but butterflies, birds and bats — to America’s food supply. Bees alone pollinate 75 percent of the fruits, nuts and vegetables grown in the United States and add at least $15 billion in economic value to the country’s agricultural industry. A 2016 report by a United Nations group, though, concluded that about 40 percent of invertebrate pollinator species – particularly bees and butterflies – are facing extinction. The number of managed honey bee colonies in the U.S., meanwhile, has plummeted from about 6 million in the 1940s to about 2.5 million today, according to the Agriculture Department. The decline has been attributed to several factors, including habitat loss, disease, the parasitic varroa mite, malnutrition and pesticide use. Ongoing colony loss, Pence said, “presents a serious challenge to our ability to produce many of the agricultural products that we enjoy today.” Perdue said that farmers “have no better friends and few harder workers than the honeybee,” and that the rate by which populations are dwindling “represents a diverse mix of challenges requiring a wide range of solutions.” But as President Donald Trump’s administration, including Vice President Mike Pence, work to slash funding for scientific agencies, roll back Obama-era policies to combat climate change and loosen industry regulations, including on pesticides, critics question how bee welfare stands to improve. The Trump administration has proposed gutting by 31 percent funding for the Environmental Protection Agency, which regulates pesticides that studies have shown to pose a risk to bees. The Agriculture and Interior departments, which play a role in monitoring and maintaining pollinator populations, are facing cuts of 20 and 12 percent, respectively. In March, the rusty patched bumble bee became the first bumble bee — and the first of any bee species in the contiguous United States — to land on the endangered species list. But the protection came only after a delay by the Trump administration.  Although the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service listed the bee as endangered in January, that designation was frozen until March 21 as part of a sweeping executive order by Trump that imposed a 60-day waiting period on new regulations. The Natural Resources Defense Council responded by suing the administration, arguing that it failed to give proper public notice of the delay, or safeguard “a species currently facing an imminent risk of extinction.” Climate change, along with affecting the flowering of plants bees depend on, has been shown to shrink bees’ historical ranges. On this front, though, the Trump administration is working to roll back Obama-era regulations aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions and withdrawing the U.S. from the Paris Agreement on climate change.  Finck-Haynes said her concerns include whether EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt will protect pollinators from potentially dangerous pesticides. In April, Pruitt went against his agency’s scientific recommendation and refused to ban a widely used pesticide that’s been linked to learning disabilities in children. Finck-Haynes said she fears that move is a “good indication” of what to expect from Pruitt. Neonicotinoids, a widely used class of insecticides suspected of playing a role in the pollinators’ collapse, are among the pesticides under review at EPA. Called neonics for short, this class of pesticides have been shown to impair bumblebees’ learning and memory and impact their ability to forage.  Dennis vanEngelsdorp, an assistant professor of entomology at the University of Maryland and project director for the Bee Informed Partnership, told HuffPost he believes it’s too early to tell what impact the Trump administration will have on pollinators. He saw Tuesday’s announcement at the vice presidential residence, located on grounds at the U.S. Naval Observatory, as a good sign. “I think that means they’re aware that there’s an issue,” he said. “And I think if people are aware, they realize the value in investing in solutions.” Marla Spivak, a bee expert and a professor in entomology at the University of Minnesota, also welcomed the second lady’s interest in bee conservation. She noted that former first lady Michelle Obama kept a hive in the White House garden. Like others, Spivak is concerned about the administration’s proposed budget cuts, but said much larger grassroots forces are at work, with more and more people realizing the importance of bees to human and environmental health. “There’s a revolution in pollinators and habitat, and people are on board,” she told HuffPost. “There’s no stopping this.” -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

07 июня, 08:56

Чарльз Льюис Тиффани. Бриллиантовый король

С именем бриллиантового короля Чарльза Льюиса Тиффани связана целая эпоха зарождения ювелирной фабрики роскоши. Сегодня Tiffany & Co — это визитная карточка роскоши, богатства, прекрасного вкуса и изящества.

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02 июня, 11:58

Thinking clearly about quality

There are at least three ways we use the word 'quality' at work: Quality as defined by Deming and Crosby: Meeting spec. If you can reliably, and without drama, deliver precisely what you have promised, this is quality. This is what happens when a car, regardless of price, has doors that don't squeak. Or when a website doesn't go down. Or when your dry cleaning is ready on the day it's promised, and your clothes are clean. When six sigma professionals talk about quality, this is what they mean. Meeting spec. Quality as defined by Ralph Lauren or Tiffany: The quality of deluxeness. This is when the clarity of the diamond or the nap of the leather or the speed of the jet is something that most others can't match. This is not just, "you get what you pay for," but also, "you paid a lot." And finally, there's the quality of right effort, of "I did my best," of the sweat and vulnerability that happens when a human has given it her all. That TV show or that software that you love: what do you love about it? What about the calculus you put into shopping for a car or a school for your kids?  A $100 million-dollar movie might have more spectacular special effects or be more carefully edited, but it might not have the quality that you find in an indie film. When you're doing your work, when you're creating an offering, there's no more important question to answer then, "what sort of quality are we seeking here?"        

01 июня, 13:27

Bear of the Day: Signet Jewelers (SIG)

Bear of the Day: Signet Jewelers (SIG)

01 июня, 02:35

How Did This Happen?

For those of us lucky to be awake Tuesday night, for the semi-frequent late-night Twitter outburst from President Donald Trump, we received the gift of “covfefe.” Yes, Trump’s attempt to type the word “coverage” went somewhat awry, giving the Twitter wags a good chuckle before winking out for a good night’s sleep. You had the funny feeling that there would be a high-level meeting the next morning to “spin” this misspelling as a masterstroke of political letters (and that is apparently what happened), but that would surely be that. Right? Wrong! Sometime between Trump’s tweet and the next morning, a think piece was penned, positioning “covfefe” as the unified field theorem of Donald Trump. Who wrote it? You know who wrote it. The man who writes the takes that make the whole world groan: New CNN hire Chris Cillizza. This story is really super important to him! The White House had from 12:07 this morning until right now to come up with a good answer on "covfefe."And they couldn't.— Chris Cillizza (@CillizzaCNN) May 31, 2017 ”And ... they couldn’t!” Orchestra sting, curtain closes, END OF ACT ONE.   Yes, the inability to come up with a “good answer” on a misspelled tweet really is something ― or at least it would be in an administration that isn’t a daily omnishambles. But let’s leave that aside for the time being and instead reflect upon this new “Peak Cillizza” era we seem to be entering and the way we find ourselves wondering, “How did this happen?” with increasing frequency. With the help of the Eat the Press telestrator, we shall meditate upon this question, until we are weeping. So, then: How did this happen? Per HuffPost’s Lydia O’Connor: “There’s zero evidence Ivanka Trump will help make the fight against climate change a pillar of her father’s administration, despite what some headlines may have led readers to believe.” How did this happen?   How did this happen? (In fairness, sociopaths usually are the biggest winners in Washington.) How did this happen?   How did this happen? (See here for more on how Chris Cillizza ― who does not know any actual people ― constantly makes evidence-free assertions about them.) How did this happen? How did this happen? How did this happen?   Hoooooly crap, you guys! How did this happen? And how ― how on earth! ― did this happen?  Meanwhile: "Beyond debate"?! This is the man who had a public affair and one of the most public and cruel divorces of the 20th century. @CillizzaCNN pic.twitter.com/xD1vZSYN7e— Gabriel Arana (@gabrielarana) April 25, 2017 Keep leaking us the good stuff, Tiffany.  In short: Congratulations to The Washington Post. This has been: “How did this happen?” ~~~~~ Jason Linkins edits “Eat the Press” for HuffPost and co-hosts the HuffPost Politics podcast “So, That Happened.” Subscribe here, and listen to the latest episode below.  -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

30 мая, 17:00

Nontoxic Skincare Startup Drunk Elephant Minted A $25 Million (And Growing) Fortune For Its Founder

Look out for Drunk Elephant's Tiffany Masterson. She could be the next beauty entrepreneur to strike it rich if her nontoxic skincare startup gets acquired.