Soft sales lead Select Comfort to cut forecast

June 2007
Furniture/Today;6/18/2007, Vol. 31 Issue 40, p46
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The article reports that airbed maker and retailer Select Comfort Corp. has cut its projected sales and earnings for 2007 following the reported weaker sales in the second quarter of 2007. Chief financial officer Jim Raabe stated that the company is expecting sales of $840 million to $860 million in 2007, about 7% below its previous projection of $900 million to $925 million.


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