NEW YORK — Tiffany & Co. went back to its roots last week.
Tiffany chairman and CEO Michael Kowalski likened the inauguration of the company’s new 11,000-square-foot store at 37 Wall Street to a homecoming for the 170-year-old brand, which opened its first store on Lower Broadway in downtown Manhattan in 1837.
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