A marriage is a special club for two. Now you can start that two-person organization with a full pantry by setting up a wedding registry at the greatest club of all: Costco.
The jeweler responsible for unleashing Audrey Hepburn posters and aqua wedding colors upon America just got hit with a racial discrimination lawsuit.
Today in "seriously, why has this not happened before," a former vice president of Tiffany & Co. has been accused of stealing $1.3 million worth of jewelry from the company. If you have ever worked in a restaurant and furtively eaten a quesadilla while hunched over the trash can, then you're basically in the same…
According to disclosure forms filed by his wife, the presidential hopeful had a Tiffany's credit card with a debt of $250,001 to $500,000. Of course, fiscal conservatism doesn't have to mean personal frugality. If you're rich, that is.
It's fairly obvious that the Tiffany & Co. Engagement Ring Finder was invented for women. After all, the goal of all unmarried ladies is to have a hunk of diamond on that special finger — and quick! But it's strange: