- C-T's Sanderson launch spearheads branding. // Cabinet Maker;1/18/2002, Issue 5270, p1
Reports on Christie-Tyler's attempts to develop its upholstery companies into consumer brands in Great Britain.
- Inevitable break-up. Kidd, Andrew // Cabinet Maker;8/12/2005, Issue 5451, p18
Looks at the demise of British upholstery manufacturer, Christie-Tyler. Financial problems of the company; Decline in sales in 2003; Closing of several firms and factories to eliminate excess capacity. INSETS: Christie-Tyler by numbers;Facts and figures;Who is Hicks, Muse, Tate and Furst?.
- C-T development centre to close. // Cabinet Maker;8/22/2003, Issue 5352, p5
Reports on the reorganization of the upholstery firm Christie-Tyler in Great Britain. Structure set up by James Benfield for the company; Closure of the development center of the firm; Effect of the closure on the sales agents.
- MBO indicated for C-T and Walker & Homer sell off. Kidd, Andrew // Cabinet Maker;05/15/98, Issue 5088, p2
Reports on the management buyout for Christie-Tyler and Walker & Homer, two of Great Britain's largest upholstery manufacturers. Reasons for the management buyout instead of floating them on the stock market; Combined turnover and operating profit of the two companies together with the office...
- Growth for C-T as sister group slows. // Cabinet Maker;03/12/99, Issue 5129, p4
Reports on the earnings of British upholstery firm Christie-Tyler and sister company Walker & Homer in 1998.
- Sleeping giant begins to stir. Kidd, Andrew // Cabinet Maker;1/18/2002, Issue 5270, p28
Reports on Christie-Tyler chief executive officer James Benfield's growth strategy for the upholstery firm in Great Britain. Benfield's business background; Phases of the company's growth strategy; Plans for international expansion.
- Hillsdown might sell Christie Tyler and Walker & Homer. Kidd, Andrew // Cabinet Maker;03/13/98, Issue 5079, p5
Reports on the possibility that Hillsdown Holdings may put upholstery companies Christie Tyler and Walker & Home for sale as part of a disposal review. Increase in the combined profits of the two companies in 1997; Current furniture trading of Hillsdown as satisfactory.
- C-T parent denies sale. // Cabinet Maker;7/2/2004, Issue 5395, p6
Reports that venture capital group, Hicks, Muse, Tate & Furst has denied rumors in the furniture industry that it has sold upholstery subsidiary, Christie-Tyler.
- Christie-Tyler showcase has contemporary feel. Waller // Cabinet Maker;09/24/99, Issue 5156, p2
Focuses on the products showcased in the Christie-Tyler carousel in South Wales. Change in upholstery motif; Fascination of public on contemporary products; List of upholstery products in the showcase.