John Lewis saw another week of lower home sales in the week to 1 December as overall sales dropped back after the Black Friday week.
Ikea has set out plans to be climate positive by 2030, including cutting its production greenhouse gas emissions by 80% of those in 2016.
Furniture manufacturer Natuzzi has opened its fourth directly operated store in London, at Westfield White City.
Nigel Oddy is set to leave his position as chief executive of The Range, less than two years after he joined the value retailer.
Kitchen brand Smallbone of Devizes and its sister brands have been bought by a US property developer.
Bensons for Beds and Harveys have joined Magic Radio’s Cash For Kids appeal to support Mission Christmas to distribute thousands of gifts to disadvantaged children across the country.
Flooring group Victoria is to focus on reducing its huge debts while Geoff Wilding has insisted that its recent stock market turmoil which saw it abandon plans to refinance the debt and a plunge in its share price in the face of strong short-selling, has not distracted management.
Manchester’s iconic Kendal’s department store is to remain open.
Former Wood Bros and Michael Tyler director Malcolm Nix is to return to the furniture industry after an 18 month sabbatical.
John Lewis saw a return to growth for home sales in the past week as Black Friday saw the chain enjoy its best week in its history.
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