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November 19, 2019
The next logical step after designing home goods, it seems, is for celebrities to design the homes themselves. Market Watch columnist Warren Shoulberg tells all about two well-known names getting into the game right now.
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November 11, 2019
Following up on spring’s Beach House, the retailer has debuted another seasonal lifestyle line. Market Watch columnist Warren Shoulberg reports on RH’s 124 pages' worth of sheepskin, reclaimed wood and all things cozy.
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November 5, 2019
Wholesale home and gift markets have been the backbone of the retail home furnishings business for more than a century. Now, new players keen on digitizing the space have emerged—but will they succeed? Market Watch columnist Warren Shoulberg says maybe...but not yet.
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November 4, 2019
Wayfair’s third-quarter results revealed a widening gap between revenue growth and operational losses, leading to the company’s fifth significant share drop since 2014. With an accumulated deficit of more than $1.7 billion, Wayfair’s path to profitability looks increasingly obscure.
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October 10, 2019
With the announcement on Wednesday that Mark Tritton had been hired as the new president and CEO of Bed Bath & Beyond, the former Target CMO answered one of the big questions hovering over the retail home furnishings business. Whether he has all the answers to the follow-up questions of how to fix the very troubled big box retailer is another matter entirely.
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October 8, 2019
Market Watch columnist Warren Shoulberg walked the aisles of the New York Home Fashions Market last month to uncover what’s new in the home textiles realm. His findings? It’s not just about thread counts anymore. Instead, the retail bed and bath market has pivoted to focus on buzzwords like sustainability, performance and wellness.
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September 24, 2019
With as many as 175 direct-to-consumer digital mattress companies, there are bound to be bad dreams ahead for many of these suppliers. Market Watch columnist Warren Shoulberg explores five strategies brands are using to survive in a tough market.
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September 16, 2019
Following positive earnings news—adjusted earnings came in at $3.20 a share, up 59 percent from last year, on revenue of nearly $707 million for the quarter—and a stock price that had nearly doubled in the past three months, RH chairman and CEO Gary 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.
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