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  1. Retail Industry Stock Outlook - July 2013 - Industry Outlook

    July 19, 2013
    Retail Industry Stock Outlook - July 2013 - Industry Outlook
  2. Hunting For Value In The Furniture Heap

    January 11, 2011
    In the case of Ethan Allen and the rest of the furniture industry, the past couple of years haven't been good ones. A lot ...
  3. Hunting For Value In The Furniture Heap

    January 26, 2010
    Ethan Allen may have the customer service thing down, but how does that influence its stock outlook?
  4. La-Z-Boy Ahead Of The Curve

    August 24, 2009
    Streamlining operations to cut costs has helped La-Z-Boy report two back-to-back positive earnings surprises.
  5. La-Z-Boy Not Sitting E-Z

    February 24, 2009
    La-Z-Boy, Ethan Allen and Furniture Brands International seem to be in the hot seat this spring. Can they outlast the recession ...
  6. Your Five-High Short Stack For August 26

    August 26, 2008
    There's more than one way to skin a market - short sales let you profit from a downward slide. This week features RV king ...
  7. No Respite For Stanley And The Furniture Industry

    July 21, 2008
    Stanley Furniture reported a loss and lowered guidance in its latest quarter. Learn how the move to outsourcing has backfired ...
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