What you should do when times are tough

Perry, Dave
September 2001
Furniture/Today;9/10/2001, Vol. 26 Issue 2, p47
Trade Publication
Presents a guide in handling difficult times for furniture businesses in the United States. Advantage in planning developments in business; Significance of making aggressive moves for market share; Impact of the optimistic outlook on the success of businesses.


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