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Articles from HFN The Weekly Newspaper for the Home Furnishing Network (August 18, 2003)

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AGAINST ALL ODDS, SALES REMAIN STEADY. Quail, Jennifer 1541
ALL THAT'S JAZZY. Devine, Michael D. Brief Article 112
ART CONFERENCE EVENT WINNERS OFFER INCENTIVES FOR ACCESSORY SALES. Meyer, Nancy 425
BED BATH & BEYOND KEEPS MARCHING UP HOUSEWARES. Quail, Jennifer Industry Overview 972
BEYOND THE BASICS. Quail, Jennifer 930
BILLION-DOLLAR SUCCESS STORIES; IN THE EXCLUSIVE HFN TOP 150 RETAILERS REPORT, MANY OF THE COMPANIES THAT CROSSED THE MAGICAL NUMBER IN 2002 MANAGED TO AVOID SALES DECLINES. Zaczkiewicz, Arthur; Nicksin, Carole 1023
BOSTON WAREHOUSE REVAMPS PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT. Brief Article 302
BUYER AT THE ATLANTA MARKET DRIVES HOME A MINI-COOPER. 108
CANDLES BURNING BRIGHTLY AS HOME DECOR ELEMENTS. Webb, Carla 791
CASUAL TRENDS, LOW-PRICED IMPORTS HURT VARIETY IN TOP CRYSTAL STEMWARE PATTERNS. Zisko, Allison Brief Article 274
CHICAGO, CHICAGO: A TEMPLE KIND OF TOWN. Owens, J'Amy 435
CHRISTINA AGUILERA PUTS STYLECRAFT IN THE SPOTLIGHT. Meyer, Nancy 490
CIT: EXIT FINANCING ACTIVITY FROM CHAPTER 11 RISES. Zaczkiewicz, Arthur 493
DEPARTMENT STORES TINKER WITH FORMULA FOR SELLING RUGS. White, Jennifer; Thau, Barbara 487
DKNY LIFE BEDDING LANDS A ROLE IN DONNA KARAN VENTURE. Leizens, Leticia Brief Article 265
DO THEY LOVE NEW YORK? IMPORTERS WEIGH IN ON THE PROS AND CONS OF CALLING THE BIG APPLE HOME. Honores, Crystal; White, Jennifer 890
FANCY FOOTWORK. Shoulberg, Warren 605
FIT FOR THE 'QUEEN' APPAREL DESIGNER SONIA RYKIEL IS CROSSING OVER TO HOME WITH A BED AND BATH COLLECTION. Leizens, Leticia Brief Article 192
FLEXSTEEL FLEXES ITS MUSCLE WITH DMI PURCHASE. Brief Article 238
FLOOR COVERING RETAILERS SEE MODEST GROWTH IN STABLE YEAR. Honores, Crystal 751
HOME IMPROVEMENT ALTERS THE EQUATION IN WHITE GOODS. Beatty, Gerry 684
IMPORTS CONTINUE AS SOURCE OF GROWTH. Leizens, Leticia; report, Jessica Goldbogen contributed to this 579
IN FURNITURE, REGIONAL CHAINS AND WHOLESALE CLUBS SHINE. Buchanan, Lee 969
JAPAN'S RETAIL GIANT MUJI FINDS HOUSEWARES MUCH TO ITS LIKING. Furukawa, Tsukasa 840
JULY COMP-STORE SALES SIZZLE FOR SOME RETAILERS. Zaczkiewicz, Arthur Brief Article 264
LUXURY CUSTOMERS CAUGHT IN MIDDLE OF U.S. DOLLAR VERSUS EURO STRUGGLE. Leizens, Leticia 531
MAT SUPPLIERS RAISE THE BAR IN DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION. Honores, Crystal 447
MISSISSIPPI MULTITUDE; RETAILERS WALKING THE AISLES AT THE TUPELO MARKET WILL HAVE NUMEROUS OPTIONS TO CHOOSE FROM. Kunkel, Karl 421
NARDA TO OFFER A REALITY CHECK TO OCTOBER CONFERENCE ATTENDEES. 309
NAZMIYAL OPENING RUG EXHIBIT TO THE PUBLIC. White, Jennifer Brief Article 177
NEBRASKA FURNITURE MART ARRIVES IN KANSAS. Brief Article 100
NEWS BRIEFS. 436
NEWS BRIEFS. 327
NEWS BRIEFS. Brief Article 244
NEWS BRIEFS. 355
NEWS BRIEFS. Brief Article 199
NOURISON APPOINTS 3 TO NATIONAL SALES STAFF. Brief Article 159
PURPLE (AND GREEN) REIGN. Devine, Michael D. Brief Article 175
Q2 SALES SHIFT COULD SIGNAL REBOUND FOR HOME RETAILERS. Zaczkiewicz, Arthur; Weber, Nathan 929
REGIFTING SHOW; AT THE NEW YORK FAIR, MANY OF THE RETAILERS STUCK WITH THE FAMILIAR WHEN PLACING ORDERS. Webb, Carla; Zisko, Allison; report, Mark McMenamin contributed to this 709
RETAIL HIERARCHY IN FLOOR CARE STEADY DESPITE BIG CHANGES. Beatty, Gerry 636
SIX LIGHTING COMPANIES SEE DOUBLE-DIGIT GAINS. Meyer, Nancy 459
SOUNDING THE ALERT; VENDORS ARE PROMOTING CARBON-MONOXIDE DETECTORS TO BOOST SALES -- AND SAVE LIVES. Beatty, Gerry 825
SPECIALTY, MASS RETAILERS CONTINUE TO OWN TABLETOP. Zisko, Allison 587
THE BON MARCHE'S FLAGSHIP FURNITURE STORE BOWS. Brief Article 249
THE HFN LIST; TOP 15 MOST EFFECTIVELY PAID HOME VENDORS. Brief Article 259
THE PRESENTS OF ROYALTY. Zisko, Allison Brief Article 125
TOP 150 ALPHABETICAL LIST. 454
TOP 150 HOME RETAILERS. 3212
TOP 150 HOME RETAILERS. Brief Article 289
U.S. VENDORS DECLARE WAR AGAINST CHINESE IMPORTS; LA-Z-BOY LATEST TO JOIN ANTI-DUMPING MOVEMENT. Buchanan, Lee; Kunkel, Karl 551
U.S. VENDORS DECLARE WAR AGAINST CHINESE IMPORTS; TEXTILES COALITION TARGETS BUSH ADMINISTRATION. Ramey, Joanna 685
WAL-MART CONTINUES TO BE THE DOMINATING RETAIL FACTOR. Weber, Nathan 384
WAL-MART, PENNEY AND TARGET REMAIN TOPS IN TEXTILES SALES. Leizens, Leticia; report, Jessica Goldbogen contributed to this 746
WHAT'S THE BLACKOUT FALLOUT? Brief Article 326
WOODEN UTENSILS COME BACK STRONG IN THE MODERN KITCHEN. Porter, Thyra 739
ZAK EXPANDS ADULT PATTERNS, ADDS TO LICENSES. Webb, Carla 435

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