Warren Shoulberg
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January 13, 2022
To usher in the new year, Retail Watch columnist Warren Shoulberg is taking stock of where we’ve been, who has come out ahead and what the future of home retail holds. In the fourth and final installment of this series, he identifies the brands to watch in the year to come.
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January 6, 2022
To kick off the new year, Retail Watch columnist Warren Shoulberg is taking stock of where we’ve been, who has come out ahead and what the future of home retail holds. In the third installment of this four-part series, he’s naming names—calling out the biggest winners (and losers) in today’s retail landscape.
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December 30, 2021
As 2021 comes to a close, Retail Watch columnist Warren Shoulberg is taking stock of where we’ve been this year, who has come out ahead, and what the future of home retail holds. In the second installment of this four-part series, he outlines the seven “it” factors that will define a successful retail brand in 2022 and beyond.
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December 23, 2021
As 2021 comes to a close, Retail Watch columnist Warren Shoulberg kicks off a four-part series taking stock of where we’ve been this year, who has come out ahead, and what the future of home retailing holds. This week, he starts by examining the larger societal forces that have shaped the selling of home furnishings.
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December 10, 2021
The bestselling toy is having a high-level design moment, with primary-colored blocks appearing everywhere from throw pillows to residential architecture. Warren Shoulberg explains how demand for the Lego aesthetic has evolved over its 90-year history.
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December 1, 2021
Virgil Abloh’s design influence extended beyond Louis Vuitton and the fashion industry into the home realm, through collaborations with top brands like 1stDibs and Ikea. Warren Shoulberg reflects on the famed (and controversial) creative’s career.
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November 24, 2021
This week, Target CEO Brian Cornell announced that the store will never again open on Thanksgiving. Warren Shoulberg explores what’s driving the pivot, and whether it’s a promise the retailer can actually keep.
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November 18, 2021
In third-quarter earnings posted this week, Walmart, Target, Home Depot and Lowe’s all announced outstanding results, forecasting a rosy financial outlook for the home furnishings and remodeling category in spite of an economy plagued by supply chain, inflationary and workforce challenges.
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