Furniture chain mulls closures here

Crompton, Kim
March 2002
Journal of Business (10756124);3/7/2002, Vol. 17 Issue 6, pA3
Trade Publication
Reports plans of Canada-based furniture chain United Furniture Warehouse to close several stores in Spokane, Washington. Closure of several stores in other U.S. states; Influence of the drop-off in business caused by the September 11 terrorist attacks; Possibility of filing a Chapter 11 reorganization in Bankruptcy Courts.


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