De Beers doesn't look like it's doing much advertising these days; that's because it's doing its best advertising yet
American billionaire Dennis Washington wants to buy Canada's largest diamond miner for $1.1bn, but other bids are in the offing
Firestone, Stornoway & Mountain Province are all hitting the market with new goods for the first time; who's leading the pack?
Companies are sending geologists to scout out Myanmar, as the country comes out from under US sanctions
It was easily the largest diamond ever to go under the hammer, but almost immediately, bidding stalled. Why? And what next?
Diamond owned by Lucara is easily the biggest ever to go under the hammer
In the green swamps of Angola, between crocodiles and the occasional flood, an Australian firm is sifting through gravel pulling out expensive diamonds
De Beers and Mountain Province plan to reabsorb Kennady, according to sources, four years after spinning it off
Lussier has been the brains, charm and mild-mannered spin behind every De Beers marketing campaign for nearly 25 years
Irish billionaire Dermot Desmond is keeping more than half a beady eye on boardroom upheaval at Dominion, brokers and directors say
The perception that Rio Tinto's Argyle diamond mine in Australia is close to depletion looks evermore ridiculous
De Beers has pulled back production in 2015, but sales are falling faster and the company is facing an urgent cash call from Anglo American
Why are shares in Firestone Diamonds, which is building the Liqhobong mine in Lesotho, following Lucara Diamond higher?
Diamonds coming out of Lucara's Karowe mine in Botswana just keep getting bigger
Who is Gregcarbil and how did it land such a favourable deal with Richland Resources?
Diamonds are entering a sweet spot of cash flow and dividends, says Stornoway's CEO Matt Manson
Emeralds, rubies and sapphires are poaching marketshare
Why have royalty firms repeatedly failed to make headway in the diamond market
"There are hospital cases out there, but companies that are weak are generally weak for a good reason"
"You have to kiss a lot of frogs before you find a princess," says Lucara's chief executive William Lamb. "We're doing that"
"There's an allure to diamonds and people get a glint in their eye when they're running diamond mining companies"
Gemfields mines rubies for $3.29 per carat and sells them for $689 per carat. How is that mark-up possible?
BHP Billiton's founder gives widest ranging interview of his career, tips "Ivan" for industry leadership
Booming equity indices in the US are bullish for diamond prices, says diamond honcho Martin Rapaport
"White is a colour," says Gemfields CEO Ian Harebottle, as company weighs expansion into diamond market
Election rigging at the heart of an escalating battle over Simandou, according to BSG Resources
Construction at Gahcho Kue remains on track, despite a week of befuddled messages from co-owner De Beers
"If you want to play in the same playground as Rio, De Beers and Alrosa, you cannot remain a single asset company," says Lucara CEO William Lamb