- Le Beanock, le TV show, le future. Baum, Stephanie // Cabinet Maker;3/18/2005, Issue 5430, p26
Features furniture designer Tracie Herrtage, who sells a beanbag-hammock hybrid called Le Beanock in Great Britain. Career background of Herrtage; Appearance of Herrtage in the television program Dragons Den to sell her design; Remarks of Herrtage regarding the financial aspect of her business.
- Harveys comes back on a high. Friars, Austin // Cabinet Maker;07/16/99, Issue 5146, p6
Reports on the stock performance of furniture companies and retailers in Great Britain recent as of July 12, 1999. Includes Harveys; Magnet's market value; Magnet; Marks & Spencer.
- Ecommerce plans boost Laura Ashley. Friars, Austin // Cabinet Maker;07/07/2000, Issue 5195, p6
Reports on the performance of the stocks of some Great Britain furniture retailers and manufacturers, as of July 3, 2000.
- Don't price out flotation. // Cabinet Maker;09/15/2000, Issue 5205, p8
Critiques the stock market flotation strategies of British furniture retailers.
- cm city comment. Friars, Austin // Cabinet Maker;11/10/2000, Issue 5213, p5
Discusses developments concerning stocks of furniture retailers in Great Britain, compiled as of November 6, 2000.
- FURNITURE STOCKS LAST WEEK. // Furniture/Today;05/21/2001, Vol. 25 Issue 36, p91
Presents a summary of the stock prices of furniture manufacturers, suppliers and retailers in North America, compiled for the five trading days ended May 17, 2001. Company name; Weekly range; Price at close of trading; Net change; Percent change; Price/earning ratio.
- FURNITURE STOCKS LAST WEEK. // Furniture/Today;07/24/2000, Vol. 24 Issue 45, p55
Presents a summary of the stock prices of several United States furniture manufacturers and retailers, for five trading days ended July 20, 2000.
- FURNITURE STOCKS LAST WEEK. // Furniture/Today;09/11/2000, Vol. 25 Issue 2, p55
Presents information on the stock-market performance of furniture manufacturers and retailers in the United States, for the five trading days ended September 7, 2000.
- Entrepreneur slams media for anti-money bias. // Personnel Today;12/6/2005, p1
The article reports that Rachel Elnaugh, chief executive of retailer easyart.com and founder of gift firm Red Letter Days, criticized the media for its merciless coverage of her downfall after Red Letter Days went into administration in August. She said there was a common view among the public...