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  • American City Business Journals4 months ago

    EXCLUSIVE: Zales' parent Signet confirms building new office campus at Cypress Waters

    The world's largest retail diamond jeweler — Signet Jewelers — has exclusively confirmed with the Dallas Business Journal that it plans to develop a new Dallas campus at Cypress Waters, which will include a 225,000-square-foot office building and a 31,000-square-foot manufacturing facility. The two-building campus will sit lakeside in Cypress Waters and will give the Akron, Ohio-based jewelry company the ability to enhance its manufacturing capabilities in the region. Last July, after Signet acquired Zale Corp. for $1.4 billion, executives with the company told the Dallas Business Journal they had begun a real estate search for a new regional home.

  • American City Business Journals4 months ago

    Signet Jewelers honing in on new facility for Zale Corp. group

    Ever since Akron, Ohio-based Signet Jewelers acquired Irving-based Zale Corp. for $1.4 billion, executives have been looking at the company's real estate options in North Texas. Signet (SIG) has wanted to maintain its substantial presence — and quality workforce — in Dallas, which is the largest hub of its kind in the southwest United States, said David Bouffard, the company's vice president of corporate affairs. Akron, Dallas and the United Kingdom," Bouffard said in an email to the Dallas Business Journal last July.

  • American City Business Journals10 months ago

    CFO's departure latest hit to DGSE Companies' C-suite

    DGSE Companies Inc. (NYSE MKT: DGSE) took another hit to its C-suite as Chief Financial Officer C. Brett Burford announced his resignation on Thursday. Burford, whose resignation will be effective as of Nov. 4, was named to DGSE’s CFO position in August 2012. In a news release, DGSE said Burford is leaving the company to take the CFO position with prescription eyewear retailer Eyemart Express LLC. “DGSE would like to thank Brett for his many significant contributions to the company during a critical time in the company’s history,” said DGSE chairman and CEO Matthew Peakes.