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- Capitalism inherently leads to survival of fittest. Combs, Heath E. // Furniture/Today;8/16/2010, Vol. 34 Issue 47, p41
In this article the author discusses the aspect of capitalism competition in the furniture industry.
- Measuring your store's operating performance. // Furniture/Today;12/31/2001, Vol. 26 Issue 17, p26
Focuses on the store performance of the furniture industry and trade in the United States. Assessment of the profitability and efficiency measures; Capital expenditures; Percentage of merchandise returned by customers.
- Hilden invests to protect its ticking market. Westphal, Linda // Cabinet Maker;07/23/99, Issue 5147, p4
Reports on Hilden Manufacturing's investment into machinery to protect its bed ticking market from competitors overseas.
- Preparing for a ding-dong market. Greene, Michael // Furniture/Today;10/09/2000, Vol. 25 Issue 6, p130
Opinion. Comments on the furniture industry and trade in the United States. Assessment of the infusion of capital in the industry; Significance of innovative ideas to sales; Caution to manufacturers; Importance of customer service.
- Havertys sets $58M in capital spending for '04. Engel, Clint // Furniture/Today;11/10/2003, Vol. 28 Issue 10, p26
Reports on the capital expenditure plans of Havertys in Atlanta, Georgia. Launch of branch stores; Implementation of the consolidated distribution program; Increase of capital spending.
- Airsprung ends cabinet involvement. Westphal, Linda // Cabinet Maker;10/06/2000, Issue 5208, p3
Reports the sale of Duckers by Airsprung Group to venture capital companies. Impact of imports and pine market downturns to sale revenues of Duckers; Success of the At Home show with the sponsorship of Airsprung; Introduction of a point-of-sale (POS) package by Gainsborough on the show.
- Nothing ventured for retailers. Kidd, Andrew // Cabinet Maker;7/4/2003, Issue 5345, p3
Predicts that furniture retailers in Great Britain are not likely to see increased interest from venture capitalists in 2003, despite the strong interest that the investment community has shown in the general retail industry.
- China emerges as major furniture player. McMillan III, George; Mcmillan, Pat // Wood & Wood Products;Jan99, Vol. 104 Issue 1, p57
Focuses on the potential returns of foreign capital investments in China's furniture industry. Stability of investment evident in the industry's resilience in withstanding the Asian economic crisis; Questions and issues to consider for wood companies before making ventures into the Chinese market.
- letters to the editor. Feuerhaken, Bob // Furniture/Today;10/8/2001, Vol. 26 Issue 6, p111
Focuses on the issues of the furniture industry and trade in the United States. Need of applying human resources and research in making business decision; Problems concerning the industry; Concept of buyers lot.