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Smash-and-grab burglars target Ernest Jones and Mays Jewellers in £100k Manchester crime spree

One of a trio of burglars has now been sentenced to more than three years behind bars for his part in the series of crimes

Signet Jewelers splashes out £360m on Diamonds Direct acquisition

Signet plans to acquire Diamonds Direct in a transaction which is currently expected to close in the fourth quarter of fiscal 2022

Signet Jewelers’ value rockets to £3.2bn as share prices grow five-fold

Inspiring Brilliance transformation plan masterminded by CEO Virginia Drosos has seen sales and profits soar in the past two years

Professional Jeweller teams up with retailer Ernest Jones

Ernest Jones will now feature on its very own retail partner page on the PJ website allowing visitors to click through to the retailer's own site

Signet commits to ‘true gender parity’ as it joins Paradigm coalition

Paradigm for Parity's five-point action plan offers a roadmap to ensuring a business can operate with full gender equality

Signet Jewelers pledges to ‘be the change we want to see’ with new sustainability...

The H Samuel and Ernest Jones owner also made a series of pledges around the issue of inclusivity

Ernest Jones to offer Lucy Quartermaine jewellery in 50 stores

Signet-owned retailer has made decision to stock the Cheshire-based designer's products in more of its UK and Ireland stores

EXCLUSIVE Q&A: The e-commerce feature that Signet Jewelers says is ‘just as popular’ since...

Signet marketing director Elizabeth Galton tells PJ why the online retail boom is here to stay despite the return of non-essential retail more than two months ago

EXCLUSIVE: What is the difference between H Samuel and Ernest Jones?

Our recent interview with Signet UK managing director, Neil Old, got us thinking: what is the strategic difference today between the company's two powerhouse...

EXCLUSIVE: How does Signet feel about the Covid support offered to UK businesses so...

What has been offered by the Government so far has been satisfactory, says UK MD Neil Old, but it is what comes next that is key