La-Z-Boy, Furniture Brands hold top spots

McIntosh, Jay
May 2001
Furniture/Today;05/07/2001, Vol. 25 Issue 34, p26
Trade Publication
Reveals that La-Z-Boy has become the largest furniture manufacturer in the United States in 2000. Impact of the company's acquisition of Ladd; Ranking gained by Furniture Brands International and LifeStyle Furnishings International; Data on sales in 1999-2000. INSETS: Modest gain lifts Top 25 market share to 50%;Who owns whom.


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