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Articles from HFN The Weekly Newspaper for the Home Furnishing Network (May 10, 1999)

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225 FIFTH AVE. OFFERS SNEAK PEEK. Brief Article 233
AHAM-DOE CAMPAIGN. 152
ALLEN QUESTROM TO HEAD BARNEYS. 174
APPAREL FABRIC IMPORTER FINDS NICHE IN HOME. Chirls, Stuart 446
ASIAN-INFLUENCED DESIGN CORNERS THE MARKET; SHAPES AND COLORS FROM THE EAST DOMINATE TABLETOP OFFERINGS. 92
BEAULIEU ALLIANCE TO CLEAN UP IN CARPET; PROPRIETARY PROCESS PROMISES IMPROVED MAINTENANCE. 228
CAN YOU TRUST SURVEYS? Zelinsky, Marilyn 603
CHANNEL CROSSING. Tisch, Carol Brief Article 343
CONSUMER CONFIDENCE CONTINUES ASCENT. Weber, Nathan Brief Article 248
CONSUMERS SHOPPING LIKE IT'S 1999; NEW RESEARCH REPORT, FROM SUTRO & CO. INC., SAYS THIS YEAR'S SPENDING SPREE MAY RIVAL THE OUTPUT FROM 1998. 391
CORNING UPDATES BRAND IMAGE, MARKETING. Thau, Barbara 758
COTTON INC'S NEW DIGS. Chirls, Stuart 230
DEAR FURNITURE.COM: ADVICE ONLINE. Kunkel, Karl 492
DELONGHI FORMS ALLIANCE WITH STARBUCKS. Porter, Thyra Brief Article 385
DUPONT EXPANDS SUPPORT SERVICES. 281
EPOCH'S TASTY INTRODUCTIONS. Sample, Ann 500
EXECUTIVE CHANGES. 462
FEDDERS NAMES ETTER A SENIOR VP. 206
FINGERHUT NAMES LANSING CEO; DEIKEL TO REMAIN CHAIRMAN UNTIL JANUARY 2000. 384
FLOOR COVERING BRIEFS. 326
FURNITURE BRIEFS. Brief Article 486
FURNITURE OVERTAKES PCS AT OFFICE MAXI. Vincenti, Lisa 526
GHC FIRST-QUARTER LOSS NARROWS, SALES INCREASE. Brief Article 135
GHC SEEKING PRESIDENT FOR CHICAGO CUTLERY. Thau, Barbara 626
GIBSON SALES FORCE TARGETS UPSCALE TABLETOP MARKET; NEW DEPARTMENT STORE LINE AND DESIGNER LICENSE ON THE HORIZON. Thau, Barbara 538
HELEN OF TROY INTRODUCES CURLING IRONS. Bryceland, Kristen 275
HIGH POINT SETS STAGE FOR ICFF; U.S. DESIGNERS TURN HEADS IN HIGH POINT CONTEMPORARY SHOWROOMS. Adamson, Guy 987
HOME DECOR NEWS BRIEFS. 141
HOME DEPOT ROLLS OUT NEW LIGHTING. Meyer, Nancy 697
HOME FASHION FINDS: HIGH POINT; LUXURIOUS FINISHED PRODUCT MOVES FRONT AND CENTER. Rothstein, Shari Lynn 446
HOMER LAUGHLIN CONTINUES TO EXPAND FIESTA FRANCHISE. Sample, Ann 700
HOOVER CADDIES TO CONVENIENCE CROWD. Brief Article 415
INSPIRED DESIGN: STUDENTS HONORED FOR EXCELLENCE; F.I.T. CLASS ENLIVENS LOBBY OF 225 FIFTH AVENUE. Zisko, Allison 300
INTERACTIVE CD CATALOG EASES ORDERING, UPDATING; NOURISON USES THE LATEST TECHNOLOGY TO REACH RETAIL. Herlihy, Janet 307
KITCHENWARE BRIEFS. 587
LANCASTER COLONY REPORTS INCOME DIP. Sample, Ann 253
LITTLE CHAIRS THAT CARE; ETHAN ALLEN AUCTION HELPS TEEN MOTHERS, HOMELESS FAMILIES. Schroeder, Angel 364
MARIPOSA INITIATES RETAILER-FRIENDLY MARKETING PLAN. Zisko, Allison 350
MAXIM'S CHIEF EXECUTIVE ADDS RETAIL OPERATIONS TO HIS DUTIES. 296
MILLENNIUM BALL DRAWS CROWDS; REPLICA GENERATES BIG BUSINESS FOR BLOOMIES, WATERFORD. Zisko, Allison 213
NATUZZI TOUTS CUSTOMER CHOICE; VERSATILE PROGRAM OFFERS FRAMES IN LEATHER AND FABRIC. Schroeder, Angel 385
NEW FABRICS, FINISHES SHOW TO BE LAUNCHED NEXT YEAR. Richards, Kristen 179
NEW WEST INTRODUCES NEW PRODUCT, INFOMERCIAL. Bryceland, Kristen 281
NEWS BRIEFS. 550
NEWS BRIEFS. 145
NIGHTS TO REMEMBER; TABLETOP SHOW ENDS WITH ROUND OF PARTIES. 136
PRODUCT UPDATE; GIVE CONSUMERS WHAT THEY WANT; FEATURES WITH CONSUMER BENEFITS BOOST VACS' DESIRABILITY AND PRICE POINTS. Hodl, James J. 1435
RECOVERY ENGINEERING HAS SALES JUMP. Bryceland, Kristen 324
ROMA TARGETS GOURMET RETAILERS WITH UNIQUE SHAPES. Bernard, Sharyn 248
RUG BOUNTY KNOWS NO DESIGN/PRICE BOUNDS; STYLING AND SELECTION JUST KEEP GETTING BETTER. Herlihy, Janet 903
SEARS CANADA BUYING MORE RTA; VENDORS MUST COMMIT TO ISO STANDARDS TO MAKE THE CUT. Richards, Kristen 343
SHINING LIGHT ON KIDS' NIGHT FEARS; GLOW-IN-THE-DARK DESIGN BRINGS NEW MEANING TO `COMFORTER'. Musselman, Faye 483
SIEMENS NAMED PRESIDENT OF OMRON HEALTHCARE. Bryceland, Kristen Brief Article 237
SPREADING THE WORD; VAC VENDORS BUCK UP WITH PLENTY OF AD DOLLARS. Hodl, James J. 1243
STORAGE CONTAINERS INTEGRATED INTO HOME DECOR. Sample, Ann 592
STROUDS SHOWS HEART WITH ANNUAL EVENT. Rothstein, Shari Lynn 756
SUPPLIERS OFFER THE SHAPE OF RUGS TO COME FLOWERS, FISH, SHELLS AND MORE OFFER COORDINATION, AND/OR WHIMSY FOR FLOORS. Herlihy, Janet 607
SURTEX SEMINARS COVER DIVERSE DESIGN ISSUES. 498
TABLETOP BRIEFS. 428
TAKING ON THE PERSONAL CARE CATEGORY. 827
TERRAILLON CORPORATION'S PARENT COMPANY SOLD. Bryceland, Kristen 301
TEXT-RICH, UPSCALE CATALOGS. Cushman, Judith Z. 537
THE BIG PICTURE; PRODUCT INNOVATION AND HEAVY ADVERTISING PROPEL RECORD UNIT AND DOLLAR VOLUME. Beatty, Gerry 582
THE FINISH LINE. 86
THE LUXE OF LEATHER. Richards, Kristen 1255
THE NAME GAME; THE LATEST FIBERS -- SIMILAR BUT DIFFERENT. Herlihy, Janet 304
VACS ARE BIG EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES. Hodl, James J. 887
WHAT'S IN A NAME? MANUFACTURERS SELL CONSUMERS ON NON-LICENSED JUVENILE RUG PRODUCT. Isoldi, Michael 652
WHO BUYS LEATHER? 158
WINDMERE REPORTS 1ST-QUARTER LOSS; SALES FOR COMPANY RISE DUE TO BLACK & DECKER ACQUISITION. Porter, Thyra 456
WITH ACCESSORIES, FORM FOLLOWS FANCY. Musselman, Faye 619
WOK THIS WAY. Porter, Thyra 622

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