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Natuzzi Reports 2022 Third Quarter Results Versus 2021 in Challenging Market

Natuzzi S.p.A., producer and distributor of design and luxury furniture, reported its unaudited financial information for the third quarter and first nine months ended Sept. 30.

New York Gallery Acquires Middle East Painting of Textiles Region of Egypt

Rehs Galleries Inc., New York's leading gallery specializing in 19th- and 20th-century works of art, has recently acquired an important painting by the 19th-century French Orientalist artist Charles-Théodore Frère (1814-1888).

XPO, Inc. Announces Third Annual Soles4Souls Shoe and Clothing Drive

XPO, provider of less-than-truckload transportation in North America, has announced its third annual Soles4Souls shoe drive is underway and will run through Dec. 31. Soles4Souls turns shoes and clothing into opportunities for people around the world.

Mlily Is in Co-Development with ICA to Improve Sleep And Spinal Health

Mlily USA and the International Chiropractors Association (ICA) started the co-development phase of their partnership when they met at the mattress manufacturer’s flagship factory to design new sleep products.

Acima Announces Exclusive Lease-to-Own Agreement with CITY Furniture

Acima Leasing, provider of lease-to-own services and Fintech platform of Rent-A-Center, Inc., announced an agreement with CITY Furniture, a Florida-based home furnishings retailer. Acima was chosen as the exclusive lease-to-own platform for CITY’s e-commerce site and approximately 23 showrooms across Florida.

Therapedic International Has Plans to Expand with Upgrades in The New Year

Therapedic International’s newest licensee, HSP Bedding Solutions, finds opportunities in a new territory to welcome the new year with new products.

United Furniture/Lane Layoff News Continues, North Carolina Stores Step-Up

Outlets around the country were shaken by the news that 2,700 workers were laid off just before Thanksgiving by text message or email.

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