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- Lowe's wants documents in ex-executive's bias case sealed
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) - Lowe's Cos. is seeking to keep secret some of its documents in a discrimination case filed by an African-American ex-executive who says the home improvement chain unfairly fired him. ...
Washington Times. Saturday, 12 Jan 2019.
- A Tale of Harrowing Bureaucratic Hell
Thousands of dollars in permits and months of wasted time...all just to do a simple home improvement project.
American Thinker. Saturday, 22 Dec 2018.
- After booming for years, a controversial home improvement loan is on the decline
A controversial form of financing for environmentally friendly home improvements in California has plunged after reform legislation kicked in. ...
Los Angeles Times. Friday, 21 Dec 2018.
- Man accused of stealing set fire to hospital
A Valley man has been arrested, accused of stealing tools from home improvement stores and then selling the merchandise on line. FOX 10's Matt Galka reports.
Fox News. Wednesday, 19 Dec 2018.
- Lowe's to Buy Back $10B in Shares, Reiterates 2018 Forecast
U.S. home improvement chain Lowe's Co.s Inc. on Wednesday approved a $10 billion share repurchase program and reiterated its full-year forecast for sales growth that was roughly in line with Wall Street expectation.
Newsmax. Wednesday, 12 Dec 2018.
- Company Insiders Are Buying Home Improvement Stocks
For the last few months, shares of home improvement stocks have been under pressure. Weakness in the housing market, driven by rising rates and higher material costs, was a main catalyst. ...
Yahoo. Friday, 7 Dec 2018.
- Lowe's Down 10% in a Month: Can Digital Efforts Aid Revival?
Lowe's (LOW) strong digital presence and sturdy U.S. home improvements market bode well. However, the company's plans to exit certain non-core businesses are likely to result in high pre-tax charges.
Zacks. Thursday, 6 Dec 2018.
- Home improvement looks stronger than home construction, analyst says
Mike Dahl, RBC Capital Markets, discusses the state of the real estate market and the home renovations rebound.
CNBC. Wednesday, 28 Nov 2018.
- Vermont seeking public input on regulating contractors
MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) - Vermont officials are seeking a second round of feedback from the public on a proposal to regulate home improvement and construction contractors. ...
Washington Times. Saturday, 24 Nov 2018.
- Lowe's to get rid of Mexico stores in further streamlining
Lowe's Cos Inc said on Tuesday it was looking to shed its retail operations in Mexico and certain non-core U.S. businesses as the country's second-biggest home improvement chain strives to compete with rivals including Home Depot.
Reuters. Tuesday, 20 Nov 2018.
- Expect softness in US home prices, says analyst
Brandon Fletcher of Bernstein says there's a possibility of an overall "disconnect" between house prices and home improvement spending.
CNBC. Tuesday, 13 Nov 2018.
- Home Depot signals U.S. housing demand slowing
Home Depot Inc , the biggest U.S. home improvement chain, suggested on Tuesday that the pace of U.S. home sales was slowing, and said impending trade tariffs could force it to raise prices on some products.
Reuters. Tuesday, 13 Nov 2018.
- Lowe's to close 51 'underperforming' home improvement stores across the US, Canada by February 2019
Lowe's revealed the closure plans Monday, claiming the decision was 'part of its ongoing strategic reassessment' and would allow the company to 'focus on its most profitable stores.'
Daily Mail. Tuesday, 6 Nov 2018.
- Lowe's Taps Former Target Technology Exec As Next CIO
Seemantini Godbole has been named the next Chief Information Officer of Lowe's Home Improvement. She will begin on November 12. She joins Lowe's from Target Corporation, where she has worked for nearly nine years.
Forbes. Tuesday, 6 Nov 2018.
- Staff whipped with belts, forced to drink urine and eat insects for 'failing to reach sales targets'
Police in Guizhou province detained three managers of a home improvement firm after footage emerged last week showed workers drinking cups of yellow liquid and being whipped by their bosses.
Daily Mail. Monday, 5 Nov 2018.
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