Home Channel News editor in chief Ken Clark is an eleven-year veteran of Lebhar-Friedman Inc. and was executive editor of Chain Store Age magazine before being promoted to his new position in June 2006.
A graduate of Indiana University, Ken’s 19-years of journalism experience includes nearly a decade of covering the retail industry. He began his career as a news reporter in the Caribbean for the BVI Beacon, and later joined the staff of the St. Croix Avis, in the U.S. Virgin Islands. More recently, his work in the retail field has been recognized by Lebhar-Friedman’s Blue Chip Award for Distinguished Journalism.
His editorial column on the business of the home channel appears each month in Home Channel News.
Ken lives in Metuchen, N.J., with his wife and two children.
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- Mon Apr 27 2015
The recent Home Improvement Research Institute spring conference was the last for Dennis Neumann, HIRI board president.
With the announcement of its ProBuild acquisition still reverberating through the industry, Builders FirstSource reported first-quarter gains in sales, gross margin and adjusted EBITDA.
Orlando, Florida -- There have been some ambitious presentations at Home Improvement Research Institute conferences in the past, but few have plunged the depths of the art and science of human decision making like Michelle Adams' dive into neuroscience.
As it makes plans to right-size the organization, PPG Industries announced net sales from continuing operations were up 1% to $3.662 billion.
Former Tractor Supply CEO James Wright has taken a seat on the Cabela's board of directors.
The Retail Industry Leaders Association (RILA) applauded the introduction of the Workforce Democracy and Fairness Act and The Employee Privacy Protection Act, legislation aimed at curbing what it calls “the harmful effects” of the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB)’s ambush elections ruling.
Wall Street appears to love the Builders FirstSource-ProBuild deal. One observer asks: Will customers love it, too?