Here’s what sold well during the retailer’s fourth quarter. It’s a long list.
Back in 1985, a Midwest lumberyard rolled out a 60,000 sq. ft. warehouse home center.
The rental company that collaborates with Home Depot plans more stand-alone stores.
Some speculations regarding the recent layoffs at Lowe's and its simultaneous desires to increase human-to-human face time with its customers. (Source: Forbes)
The layoffs incluse more than 400 employees at the Mooresville headquarters, and another 70 or so in Wilkesboro. (Source: The Charlotte Observer)
The flooring retailer narrowed its loss substantially during the fourth quarter, as well as posted sales gains.
Q4 comparable-store sales jump 6.3% at the world's largest home improvement retailer.
A major home improvement retailer made the list "for growing without building." An appliance upstart also cracked the top 10.
Sears and Kmart this week removed 31 Trump Home items from their e-commerce sites.
California-based Orchard Supply Hardware takes over an Orlando location formerly occupied by Kmart. (Source: Orlando Sentinel)