The world's largest furniture retailer says six models of MALM chests and other dressers can easily topple over onto children.
The world's largest furniture retailer says its MALM line of dressers can easily tip over onto children.
June 16- Lumber Liquidators Holdings Inc has agreed not to sell its existing inventory of laminate flooring previously sourced from China, the U.S. consumer safety regulator said, as the flooring retailer looks to move beyond allegations the products contained excessive levels of cancer-causing formaldehyde. The U.S. Consumer Products Safety Commission...
Empire, Moelis and Mercury Capital declined to comment. Empire, whose competitors include Lowes Corp, Home Depot and Floor and Decor Outlets of America Inc, offers shop-at-home services in more than 70 U.S. locations, including Chicago, New York and Los Angeles. The Northlake, Illinois- based company opened its first retail stores last year in Virginia and Long...
French home furnishings chain Maisons du Monde began its first day of trading, after setting the price of its global offering at 17 euros per share.
*Amsterdam attracting a series of new listings. Philips set an IPO price of 20 euros Thursday night, implying a market capitalisation of 3 billion euros, or an enterprise value of 4.5 billion euros including debt.. The shares rose eight percent to 21.45 euros in early trading in Amsterdam.
FRANKFURT, May 9- Buyout group Cinven is preparing to sell German residential and technical lighting products maker SLV in a potential 800 million euro deal, three people familiar with the matter said. Europe's listed lighting manufacturers include Fagerhult of Sweden, Beghelli of Italy and Austria's Zumtobel. SLV is benefiting from strong construction...
Analysts value unit at around 5 billion euros. *Philips Group will now focus on Healthcare operations. AMSTERDAM, May 3- Philips plans to sell at least 25 percent of its lighting business, the world's largest maker of lights, on the stock market to focus on its larger medical equipment operations, it said on Tuesday.
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