A hard act to follow
- Some things never change. // Furniture/Today;5/9/2011, Vol. 35 Issue 35, p2
The article focuses on the notion that more things stay the same when they are changed, specifically in the furniture industry in the U.S.
- GOOD WEEK BAD WEEK. // Cabinet Maker;4/1/2005, Issue 5432, p43
Presents positive and negative events in the furniture industry for the week ending April 1, 2005 in Great Britain.
- Manufacturers plan for a profitable 1999. // Cabinet Maker;05/14/99, Issue 5138, p4
Reports on British furniture manufacturers' performance in 1998 according to a survey sponsored by the test and research establishment firm FIRA. Percentage of manufacturers with increases in sales; Plan of producers to invest more in machinery in 1999; Increase in spending on buildings.
- Prices are no higher this year. // Cabinet Maker;02/25/2000, Issue 5176, p5
Highlights the results of a report from the British Office for National Statistics on the furniture industry in Great Britain.
- National Furniture Week support grows. // Cabinet Maker;05/04/2001, Issue 5236, p4
Reports on the increase of support to the National Furniture Week in Great Britain.
- In brief. // Cabinet Maker;05/11/2001, Issue 5237, p3
Presents news items related to the furniture industry as of May 11, 2001.
- April sales volume growth nosedives. // Cabinet Maker;05/11/2001, Issue 5237, p6
Reports on the sales volume in the furniture industry on April 2001.
- Bed month: sowing promotional seeds. Hoffman, Simon // Cabinet Maker;05/11/2001, Issue 5237, p8
Reports on the suggestion on a National Furniture Week in Great Britain. Positive response from the furniture industry; Influence of promotional activities on consumers.
- Offcuts. // Cabinet Maker;3/14/2003, Issue 5328, p25
Reports on news related to the furniture industry, current as of March 2003. Aspects of the Furniture for the Future project; Participation of Airsprung Beds in the Win a Day Off Work Campaign.