The Wait is Over

March 2005
Home Textiles Today;3/7/2005, Vol. 26 Issue 26, p22
Trade Publication
The article comments on the acquisition of May Department Stores Co. by Federated Department Stores Inc. Terry Lundgren, Federated chairman, president and CEO, opined that he had been waiting for this deal for two years. Now the hard part begins--especially in the home store. Federated still is having challenges in terms of bringing its corporate Macy's Home Store concept together. May Co. has its own challenges in the home, from its approach to fashion to its decision-making processes, while it's also behind the market in its private brand program.


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