November 11, 2014

Home Channel News has gathered the following online articles from the wide world of hardware and building materials: 

• Sears is developing a mixed-use retail project called Esplanade at Aventura. It could be the future of Sears Holdings Corp. (From Bloomberg) 

November 5, 2014

On a night when the Republican Party earned a majority in the Senate, and expanded their majority in the House of Representatives, candidates with deep ties to the home improvement and building material industry had mixed results.

January 6, 2014

Craig Danielson has been named CEO of WOLF, the York, Pa.-based supplier and distributor of building products. 

Danielson assumes the role from Tom Wolf, a sixth-generation member of the founding Wolf family who announced his retirement in June in order to run for governor of Pennsylvania. 

May 23, 2013

Perspectives on promotion and pricing of U.S.-made building products

April 4, 2013

Tom Wolf, the CEO of York, Pa.-based cabinet supplier WOLF, throws his hat in the gubernatorial ring.

September 11, 2012

Delivering a keynote speech at the Eastern Building Material Dealers Association (EBMDA) in Hershey, Pa., Oct. 3 will be Tom Wolf, CEO of WOLF, the kitchen cabinets and building products distributor.

Wolf will be speaking on the strengths and unique relevance of the independent dealer in today’s challenging housing marketplace. The sixth generation leader of The Wolf Organization, Wolf brings exceptional leadership and management expertise to the conference.

January 3, 2012

York, Pa.-based building products company WOLF renamed and reorganized several divisions amid a slew of new appointments. 

The restructuring will result in a reduction in the number of business units from 13 to seven for the company that said it is continuing its transition from a traditional distributor to "an innovative new supply-chain model."

January 28, 2011

York, Pa.-based Wolf — formerly known as Wolf Distributing Co. — has been through more than its fair share of game-changing transformations since Adam Wolf founded the company in 1843. One of the biggest was the brainchild of Adam’s son, who literally bet the house — and the canal-and-barge-centric business — on the future of what was then a newfangled communication system called the railroad.