Fred Nicolaus
weekly feature
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October 27, 2021
Inflation is slowly infiltrating the home industry, starting with lower and mid-tier manufacturers of imported goods. The boom in demand is offsetting the issue for now, but there are long-term implications for how this trend will affect the trade.
podcast
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October 25, 2021
On this episode of The Business of Home Podcast, Kaitlin Petersen and Warren Shoulberg share experiences from High Point Market this fall, which brought a return to in-person mingling and a host of challenging business conditions.
mergers & acquisitions
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October 22, 2021
PayPal is in talks to acquire Pinterest for $45 billion, part of a mission to create a super app encompassing the consumer journey from end to end. How would the deal impact designers?
podcast
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October 18, 2021
On this episode of The Business of Home Podcast, Garry Martin shares the highs and lows of running his 34-year-old independent multiline, and the factors complicating the future of design centers.
podcast
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October 11, 2021
On the latest episode of The Business of Home Podcast, Thomas Lavin discusses the childhood experiences that primed him for sales, educating the next generation of designers, and the slow-but-certain trend toward transparency.
market watch
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October 7, 2021
This morning the Ohio-based home furnishings retailer filed documents with the SEC outlining its plans for an IPO.
weekly feature
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October 6, 2021
Memes have become the lingua franca of the internet—but what’s their role in the realm of design? BOH explores how memes can go beyond entertainment to educate and start real conversations in a change-resistant industry.
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