Midland, MI, July 2--Dow Chemical Company's president and CEO, Bill Stavropoulos discussed the company's commitment to sustainable development and his views on the subject this morning.
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Dalton, July 2--Sphinx by Oriental Weavers will introduce nine new collections at the Atlanta Rug Market this month. Sphinx showcases modern color combinations and attention to detail in each rug, adding new dimensions to existing Sphinx collections.
Atlanta, July 1--Home Depot Chairman and Chief Executive Bob Nardelli said Monday that the country's largest home improvement retailer will use its increasing size and improving service to fend off the aggressive growth of top rival Lowe's, as rep
Atlanta, June 30--Interface Flooring Systems’ Biomorph won the Gold Award in the modular carpet category of the 2003 Best of NeoCon® Awards, sponsored annually by Contract magazine, The International Interior Design Association (IIDA) and Merchandise Mart
Sydney, Australia, June 27--CSR Hebel has launched SoundFloor, an ecologically sound flooring system that is created from Hebel, an Autoclaved Aerated Concrete (AAC) panel...
Houston, TX, June 26--North American Technologies Group, Inc. announced today that it has been awarded a cash grant from Carpet America Recovery Effort ("CARE") to continue research into the use of post-consumer carpet as a raw material for its TieTek com
Greensboro, NC, June 25--Lees Carpets’ commitment to innovation in contract floorcovering was recognized at NeoCon World’s Trade Fair 2003, the premier exhibition for the commercial furnishings industry, held June 16-18 at the Merchandise Mart in Chicago.
Raleigh, NC, June, 26--Pergo recently welcomed BPI of Memphis, TN as its newest distributor. They will immediately begin servicing retailers in Texas (excluding El Paso), Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Tennessee (west of the Tennessee River).
Washington, DC, June 26--The economy grew more slowly than previously estimated during the first three months of the year as business spending slowed and inventories dwindled.
St Louis, MO, June 26--May Department Stores Co. said Wednesday it laid off about 1,500 workers in sales management and support positions. That's about 1.3 percent of its overall work force.