Stock prices skyrocket in 2001 for five Canadian furniture companies

Knell, Michael J.
April 2002
Furniture/Today;4/15/2002, Vol. 26 Issue 32, p266
Trade Publication
Reports on the success of various furniture companies as shown through the increase of share values of products in Canada. Contribution of the quality of management and products in the success of the retailer BMTC company; Inclination of the share prices of the companies; Assessment on the impact of Enron Corp. downfall on the business.


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