Stag's diary of decline

August 2000
Cabinet Maker;08/18/2000, Issue 5201, p7
Trade Publication
Highlights events that led to furniture manufacturer Stag's financial decline since its sale to Spring Ram in 1992. Pre-tax losses; Cost-cutting efforts that helped in its recovery; Management changes; End of negotiations with the acquisition of Rest Assured; Shake up of management after the acquisition; Debut of first branded upholstery; Changes in product line; Management buyout.


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