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A local furniture manufacturer is cutting back some of its workforce. Rowe Furniture announced Wednesday that it is laying off some of its workforce. A news release did not indicate how many people actually were laid off. Rowe Furniture cited a "...
News 7 ReporterFrom Tinseltown to the Star City. Furniture from Michael Jackson's home has arrived in Roanoke. Grand Home Furnishings purchased some special furniture at an estate auction in December. The armoire and other items belonged to Jackson. The shipment...
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ReporterIt's been nearly 3 months since tornadoes devastated parts of Pulaski. The victims are now getting a big generous gift. The Churches of Christ Disaster Relief organization based in Nashville, TN has donated more than $200,000 worth of home furnishings. ...
The Hartford CourantWhen it comes to a perfect country destination for a perfect spring day, it's hard to beat Salisbury. The little spot, just a few miles from the New York border, features all the things you'd expect in a picture-perfect New England town —...
Under Armour plans to hire hundreds of workers at its Locust Point headquarters this year, expand facilities on its campus and bring its brand of sports apparel and footwear to new markets in the U.S. and around the world. CEO Kevin Plank outlined the...
Under Armour launched a new marketing plan earlier this year, touting its up-and-coming athletes and most innovative products in an intense but short burst they called “a brand holiday.” It appears to have paid off. The Baltimore-based...
Tribune reportersA 64-year-old woman has been charged along with her grandson in the slaying of her 72-year-old husband, who was killed on his way to dialysis treatment, police said. The woman and her grandson then used the slain man's money to buy a car, home...
NEW YORK (AP) — J.C. Penney is honing in on its home department as part of a bigger plan to turn its stores into mini-malls of sorts. The struggling department-store chain is unveiling revamped home areas within its stores that feature 20...
The Scout, our feature on reinvigorated or overlooked shopping desinations, bounced from Long Beach to Claremont to Santa Ana this year. We walked a developing stretch of Pico Boulevard and checked out what's new on La Brea Avenue. But the two...
Three of design's sharpest stylemakers let us in on the things shaping their worlds (and wish lists!) right now. Paul Makovsky/Editorial Director, Metropolis Home Furnishing: Finn Juhl's walnut Tray Table, which has a reversible top with a color on...
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