New York, NY, July 7--Massive fiscal stimulus, in the form of tax cuts, and improving business profits should lead to a long awaited economic rebound in the second half of the year, according to 54 economists surveyed by The Wall Street Journal.
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Sugar Valley, GA, July 3-- Mohawk Home has acquired the bath rug arm of Brumlow Home and has signed a licensing agreement with designer Raymond Waites, according to a report in HFN.
Chicago, July 2—Tricycle Inc. has won a Best of NeoCon Gold Award for Software Technology.
Kidderminster, UK, July 2-- Derek Woodward, former vice-chairman of Brintons, Kidderminster, and one of the longest-serving directors in the town's carpet industry, has died at the age of 90 according to the Express and Star.
Charlotte, July 2--Earnings for the largest U.S. residential furniture companies declined in the most recent quarter from a year earlier as manufacturers took downtime in the face of weak orders.
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.
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.
Chicago, July 2--Great Lakes Chemical Corp. announced the launch of Anox(TM) FiberPlus polymer stabilizer blends, a solution-focused concept for the process stabilization of polypropylene fibers.
Rainham, Essex, UK, July 2--Lord Harris of Peckham, chairman and chief executive of UK-based carpet and floor coverings retailer Carpetright, yesterday held up his hands and took the blame for the group's late launch into the ever-growing laminated fl
Piqus, OH--Hartzell Hardwoods this week announced a $400,000 addition now under construction at its business on South Roosevelt Avenue, as reported in the Dayton Daily News