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What Investor Einhorn Sees in Tempur Sealy

Investor David Einhorn has taken a new position in mattress supplier Tempur Sealy, and his purchase totals 1.15 million shares, or 1.9 percent of the company’s outstanding shares. What's the interest? This article analyzes the the bedding market and the appeal.

Bograd's Furniture Remains Open

In 2011, Bograd's Fine Furniture held a going-out-of business sale and said it was closing for good. Today, the retailer has shifted direction and remains open, albeit with a slightly different approach to retailing.

Bob Timberlake-owned Items Head to Auction

Lexington, N.C.-based artist and home furnishings licensor Bob Timberlake plans to auction 411 lots of her personal collection. The auction will be held Friday. 

Dormeo Octaspring Makes U.S., Canadian Ops Separate Division

Jon Stowe

Bedding supplier Dormeo Octaspring will spin off its U.S. and Canadian operations into a separate business unit.

Wayfair Partners with Staples on Emarketplace

Home furnishings retailer Wayfair.com  has partnered with office supply retailer Staples  to offer an expanded selection of products, including furniture, décor and housewares.

Jackson Furniture to Add Plant in Mississippi

Upholstery supplier Jackson Furniture plans to open two factories in Northeast Mississippi and hire 250 employees.

Chinese Furniture Maker Chooses Virginia for Factory

Virginia's furniture-making history helped it entice a Chinese furniture maker to open its first US factory in the state, fending off challenges from three other states, an official with the state's economic development group said.

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