- Simmons leaves after Brock takes residence. // Cabinet Maker;2/13/2004, Issue 5375, p3
Reports on the departure of Homestyle group managing director Carolyn Simmons several days after the arrival of David Brock as executive chairman of the British furniture store chain. Impact of poor results posted by Harveys in 2003; Compensation for Simmons; Brock's review of all elements of...
- Topping for Homestyle. // Cabinet Maker;8/5/2005, Issue 5450, p6
Reports on the appointment of Ian Topping as CEO of retailer Homestyle Group PLC in Great Britain. Departure of David Brock from the company; Relationship agreement of the firm with Steinhoff; Benefits of the agreement to Homestyle.
- Chief moves at Buoyant and Homestyle. // Cabinet Maker;11/11/2005, Issue 5464, p3
Reports that Bill Carrahar, the former CEO of Buoyant Upholstery, is leading the bed division of Homestyle Group PLC starting December 5, 2005. Job responsibilities; Relevance of Steve Gill, the former commercial director of Silentnight Group, in the employment of Carrahar at Homestyle Group PLC.
- Correction. // Cabinet Maker;5/19/2006, Issue 5488, p5
A correction to a statement related to the company Sleepmasters that was published in the May 12, 2006 issue is presented.
- New Harveys chief. // Cabinet Maker;09/15/2000, Issue 5205, p6
Informs that Carolyn Simons is taking over the running of British store chain Harveys.
- Homestyle buys The Bed Shed. // Cabinet Maker;9/14/2001, Issue 5255, p2
Reports the acquisition of bed retailer The Bed Shed by Homestyle Group in Great Britain. Impact of the merger on retail business; Profitability of the company; Advantages of the deal to both businesses.
- Merger puts Sleepmasters at top of bed retailer tree. Anghelides, Bernard // Cabinet Maker;07/10/98, Issue 5096, p3
Reports that bed retailer Sleepmasters of Great Britain has merged with Bedland. Total stores of the merged companies; Remarks from Philip Cort, Sleepmasters' chairman and managing director; Estimated value of turnover by March 1999; Sleepmasters' expansion plans.
- Furniture sales feel the heat. // Cabinet Maker;9/26/2003, Issue 5357, p5
Reports on the decrease in the like-for-like sales at Homestyle Group's furniture division in Great Britain. Impact of the hot weather on the company's sales; Improvement in the market share of the firm; Increase in the sales of the company's textile division.
- Homestyle still looking at reducing its debts. // Cabinet Maker;5/13/2005, Issue 5438, p3
Reports on the efforts of Homestyle Group PLC to look for ways of reducing its debts. Doubts of stockholders on the Group's capability to reduce its debts; Rights issue which is increasingly seen as an opportunity to buy the Group at a fraction of its value; Allegation that a rights issue would...