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Must Read: Jewelry Stocks Rise Following Gay Marriage Decision, Indre Rockefeller Leaves Delpozo

And Ralph Lauren earned $24 million last year.
In front of a Tiffany & Co. Photo: Spencer Platt/Getty Images News

In front of a Tiffany & Co. Photo: Spencer Platt/Getty Images News

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Jewelry stocks rise following SCOTUS decision
Investors are betting on a rise in engagement ring sales following the Supreme Court's landmark decision to legalize same-sex marriage, sending shares of Tiffany & Co., Blue Nile and Signet Jewelers up about 1 percent late Friday morning. {Twitter}

Delpozo U.S. President Indre Rockefeller departs
After just 15 months with Delpozo — the Madrid-based fragrance company that entered ready-to-wear with much acclaim in 2012 — Indre Rockefeller has resigned her post as U.S. president "to pursue an unnamed entrepreneurial venture that will combine her experiences on the editorial, retail and brand sides of the industry." Prior to Delpozo, Rockefeller was the general merchandise manager and creative director of online retailer Moda Operandi. {WWD}

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Ralph Lauren earned $24 million last year
Ralph Lauren received $24 million in fiscal 2015 for his role as chairman and chief executive of the eponymous company he founded. That's a pretty nice sum — for comparison, Michael Kors and Michael Kors CEO John Idol earned $15.1 million last year — but less than the $24.5 million he earned the year before. {WWD}