Pillowtex done in by aggressive growth

Hogsett, Don
November 2000
Home Textiles Today;11/20/2000, Vol. 22 Issue 12, p23
Trade Publication
Cites the factors behind the decline in the performance of Pillowtex. Acquisition of companies since the 1970s; Attempt in 1993 to venture into the blanket business; Acquisition of Beacon Mfg. in 1995; Decline in value of the company.


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