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RXO Announces Strategic Partnership with Shiplify to Improve Transparency

Shiplify, the primary accessorial revenue identifier for carriers, shippers and third party logistics (3PL) providers, announced a strategic partnership with RXO, a leading provider of asset-light transportation solutions. 

Homary Unveils Outdoor Furniture for Summer 2024

Homary, ranked the top online home living brand in the U.S. by Newsweek, unveils three outdoor furniture trends for summer 2024 to transform the outdoor space, blending style, durability, and sustainability.

KI Introduces Innovative Chairs to Esports Furniture Line-Up

KI, a provider of innovative solutions to meet the needs of today’s evolving educational market, has launched two groundbreaking additions to its esports furniture lineup: Nav and Cheevo esports chairs.

Ross Announces Recall of Metal Frame Armchair for Fall Hazard

Ross Stores recall metal-framed armchairs that pose fall and injury hazards due to the armchair’s legs that can bend or break.

WithIt Scholarships Awarded to 17 Students for 2024-25

The WithIt Scholarship Foundation has given $36,000 in various amounts to students for the 2024-25 school year through the WithIt Scholarship Foundation. A total of 17 sophomores and juniors studying for degrees in the home and furnishings industry and one woman from the industry received the scholarship funding.

IKEA U.S. Announces Spanish E-Commerce Experience

IKEA U.S. is excited to announce the launch of its complete, in-language e-commerce experience for Spanish-speaking customers. This new platform will allow Spanish-speaking customers to shop for affordable home furnishings, learn about the latest news from the brand, and discover all the great benefits that IKEA has to offer, including how to become an IKEA Family member.

Macy’s, Inc. Names New Chief Information Officer

Macy’s, Inc. announced that Keith Credendino has been named Chief Information Officer effective August 4. Credendino who is currently Senior Vice President of Technology Product Development, Customer Experience, will succeed Laura Miller as Macy’s, Inc.’s new CIO and join the company’s Corporate Strategy Group, reporting to Adrian V. Mitchell, Chief Operating Officer and Chief Financial Officer.

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