- Portsmouth sighted. // Cabinet Maker;8/01/2003, Issue 5349, p7
Reports on the relocation of furniture retailer Haskers in London, England. Citation of the complicated layout of the original store; Size of space leased; Advantage for customers.
- Haskers on the up. // Cabinet Maker;11/25/2005, Issue 5466, p4
The article reports on the increased turnover of Portsmouth, England-based furniture retailer Haskers in the 10 weeks to November 8, 2005. The rise was credited to the company's strategic planning, including training of staff and improving of products. In addition, Haskers has introduced new...
- Brothers in business. // Cabinet Maker;7/9/2004, Issue 5396, p18
Explores the benefits of the relocation of family business Haskers. Background of the business; Reasons why general furniture retailers continue to move away from the high street; Expansion plans; Challenges facing the company.
- Haskers loses its fight with chains. // Cabinet Maker;7/27/2007, Issue 5548, p6
The article reports that family-owned furniture company Haskers has gone into administration with Â£500,000 in debt in Portsmouth, England. The business failure resulted to the loss of 25 jobs, including executives Ron and Terry Hasker and the closure of its stores in Portsmouth and Fareham....
- Haskers could face DTI probe. // Cabinet Maker;8/17/2007, Issue 5551, p3
The article reports that Haskers, a failed family-owned retailer in Portsmouth, England, may face the British Department of Trade and Industry after the administrators revealed it collapsed under a Â£1.4 million of debt. Increasing competition and rising rents were blamed for the company's...
- Haskers sells online. // Cabinet Maker;3/11/2005, Issue 5429, p4
Reports that furnishing retailers Haskers has begun selling online through its Web site.
- CFMA installs 2001 board, honors four. // Furniture/Today;12/18/2000, Vol. 25 Issue 15, p24
No abstract available.
- More case goods than usual introduced in Tupelo. Linville, Jeff // Furniture/Today;3/3/2003, Vol. 27 Issue 26, p18
Describes the furniture industry in Tupelo, Mississippi. Display of furnitures by wood companies previously introduced in San Francisco or High Point; Opportunities for retailers to offer feedbacks on products; Impact of the West Coast dock shutdown to the furniture industry.
- CAMPION A. PLATTS MOVEABLE FEAST. // Architectural Digest;Apr2002, Vol. 59 Issue 4, p46
Features Campion A. Platt Architects, a furniture store in New York City. Product lines; Information on its owner; Inclusions in its Campaign Collection of furniture.