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September 16, 2019
After a failed search for a white-knight investor, last week Homepolish CEO Noa Santos admitted to his remaining designers that the company will shut down operations—without paying them. In the aftermath of the collapse, designers are reeling.
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September 16, 2019
For the latest episode of the Business of Home podcast, sponsored by High Point Market, Korban spoke with podcast host Dennis Scully in front of a lively crowd at the EJ Victor showroom during the New York Design Center’s What’s New What’s Next event last week. The young designer offered pro tips for others who might follow in his footsteps.
market watch
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September 16, 2019
Perhaps it was the jetlag, as RH chairman and CEO Gary Friedman and some of his team had just returned from a European trip the night before. Maybe it was the excitement of the positive earnings news that had just been released—adjusted earnings came in at $3.20 a share, up 59 percent from last year, on revenue of nearly $707 million for the quarter—or the fact that RH’s stock price had nearly doubled in the past three months. Whatever it was, Friedman was ebullient as he treated the team of Wall Street analysts who cover the company to a post-earnings conference call that spanned nearly two hours, and the company’s news was good.
trade tales
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September 13, 2019
In the wake of our inaugural Future of Home conference this week, we asked six designers—Robin Henry, Cynthia Ferguson, Amy Lau, Barry Goralnick, Melanie Fowler and Jessica Stambaugh—what the future of the industry looks like to them.
market watch
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September 12, 2019
With a change in management and merchandising direction, the home industry’s legendary big-box retailer is about to become a very different retail animal. Market Watch columnist Warren Shoulberg has the inside scoop.
show & tell
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September 11, 2019
NYDC’s “Designing in the Digital Age” panel, part of the 11th-annual What’s New What’s Next showcase, will tap designers Peti Lau and Daniel Richards, plus restaurateur Michael Chernow, to talk about the challenges and benefits of digital resources.
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September 11, 2019
Data is the future, whether we like it or not. How that translates to the beautiful, touchable business of interior design is a question that often divides the room. The Decorative Furnishings Association has made it clear they aren’t waiting around for an answer.
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