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Matthews, N.C. -- Family Dollar Stores, Inc. this week launches an “Ad Match Promise” program, which calls for the discounter to match the price for like items when a shopper presents advertised sales from local competitors. More
Benton Harbor, Mich.— KitchenAid is debuting several new coffee and espresso machines designed with new brewing technologies. The machines aim to bring barista quality to the home kitchen. More
Torrance, Calif.— Kitchen appliance brand Breville has entered into an agreement with Hurom, a kitchen appliances company based in South Korea, to resolve Breville's lawsuit against Hurom for false and misleading advertising claims related to Hurom’s Slow Juicer. More
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October 1, 2014OK, so I didn’t make it out to even one of the “cultural experiences quintessentially New York” that I suggested for after-market hours in my last blog, “Great Escapes for the Market Weary.” Truth is, New York Home Fashions Market week was busy, bustling. The ache on my feet is a lingering reminder. And that is OK, because home textiles suppliers offered an abundance of their own “cultural experiences” in the form of beautiful new designs, innovative products and smart brands. Here are some of the highlights from my point of view: Chris Madden’s new line with Idea ...
September 18, 2014First, a mea culpa. In last week’s column, I wrote that Dollar General was trying to decide whether it should be purchased by Family Dollar or Dollar Tree. It is, of course, Family Dollar that is up for sale, and Dollar General has been arguing that its buy-out offer is better than Dollar Tree’s. Big apologies for screwing that one up. Now to the matter at hand: New York Home Fashions Market week. A quick look at some of the factors bearing on the market: Internal brand building. Many suppliers this market are buttressing their own house brands ...
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September 18, 2014A not-so-funny thing happened on the way to the textiles market this week: Business at all the usual suspects just is not getting better. It’s why at this market week more than ever, whether you’re a vendor or a retailer, you need to get some Letters of Transit and get out of town. The fundamental things don’t apply anymore. For most of the past two or three textiles lifetimes, the business has relied on a handful of increasingly larger retailers selling their wares to a targeted demographic group of Baby Boomers. It was a rather simple formula ...
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