As part of an expanded offering of one-of-a-kind products, Dallas Market Center is launching a new category in its temporary gift exhibit area for January’s Total Home and Gift Market.
Hampered by hurricanes in two of its largest markets and the loss of business to Mattress Firm, mattress producer Tempur Sealy International (NYSE: TPX) reported double-digit declines in sales and profits for the third quarter.
Online powerhouse Wayfair (NYSE: W) said third-quarter revenue jumped more than 39% to $1.2 billion, but its net loss widened to $76.4 million or 88 cents per share.
Rothman Furniture & Mattress, the St. Louis-based retailer that unexpectedly announced it was closing in September, said five of its locations will be converted to Art Van Furniture stores as part of a franchise agreement that will bring seven Art Van locations to the St. Louis market.
Logistics provider XPO Logistics (NYSE: XPO) said third-quarter revenue rose 4.7% to $3.89 billion, while net income quadrupled to $62.5 million.
Havertys (NYSE: HVT) said third-quarter profits tumbled more than 23% to $5.98 million or 28 cents per share due largely to disruptions from Hurricane Irma.
Universal Furniture has promoted Chris De Lisa, the company’s sales representative in the New York/New Jersey/Connecticut area since 2011, to vice president of sales for the West Coast region.