'You have to really work at it'

Sloan, Carole
December 2001
Furniture/Today;12/3/2001, Vol. 26 Issue 13, p57
Trade Publication
Comments on the sales of home furnishings business in the United States. Revision of the big retail chain; Amounts of regular-priced merchandise; Factors influencing the increase of earnings.


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