Silentnight goes for gold

September 2000
Cabinet Maker;09/29/2000, Issue 5207, p8
Trade Publication
Focuses on Silentnight Holdings' takeover approach for Cornwell Parker and its implications for the British furniture industry. Market's speculation about what Silentnight would keep out from the Cornwell Parker portfolio; Silence of Cornwell Parker chief executive Bill Simpson about the acquisition.


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