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Sears Canada Q2 Revenue Falls 9.6%

Sears Canada reported that second-quarter revenue fell 9.6 percent from the same period last year.
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Source: Yahoo! Canada

George Cartledge named to SW Virginia Business Hall of Fame

George Cartledge  Jr. of furniture retailer Grand Home Furnishings will be inducted into the Southwest Virginia Business Hall of Fame

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Source: Roanoke Times

J.C. Penney Reports 12% Revenue Drop in Q2

Although J.C. Penney reported a wider-than-expected loss in the second quarter on a nearly 12% drop in revenue, small signs suggest that interim CEO Myron Ullman  may be starting to turn things around.

The quarter was the first entirely under Ullman's watch. Ullman returned to the retailer in April to undo the strategy put in place by Ron Johnson, who planned to transform J.C. Penney stores into a series of branded in-store shops.

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Source: Retailing Today

Simon Li Relocates Plaza Suites Showroom

Simon Li Furniture is making a short move to a larger High Point Furniture Market showroom in time for the Sept. 9-10 Premarket.

La-Z-Boy Declares Quarterly Dividend

La-Z-Boy Inc. (NYSE: LZB) has declared a quarterly cash dividend on the company's common stock of $0.04 per share.

Knoll Furniture Store to Change with the Seasons

Furniture and textile maker Knoll has opened its first corporate run retail store in New York City.

The store occupies a storefront below its relocated showroom on 6th Ave and 54th St., and aims to be a customer friendly place to browse and buy Knoll products while the showroom will service design trade professionals.

Hunter De La Cruz, the Knoll Shop Manager said that the plan is to update the merchandise mix of the store every 6 to 8 weeks to reflect the season.

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Source: PSFK

Furniture Supplier AP Industries Closed

The sudden closure of AP Industries in Canada is difficult for the 150 employees licensees and will impact on the region's local economy.

The furniture manufacturing company, which experiencing financial difficulties for several years, closed its doors last week.

The employees learned of the layoff the night before the closing.

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Source: Radio-Canada.ca

 

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