Snooze News Weekly | Dec. 27, 2019 – Jan. 2, 2020

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Each week, we find, curate and share the most relevant bedding and mattress news stories from across the web. Check out what we're reading this week.


  • Target's stock is up—and in this story, Barron's urges readers not to write-off brick-and-mortar retail.

  • According to Retail Dive, 97% of retailers are hit with organized theft and other crimes. Read more.

  • Gold Bond recently accommodated a customer with a very special delivery. Read more at

  • In this article, Furniture Today reports on how some luxury hotel  guests have begun taking their mattresses with them. Outrageous, right?

  • USA Today rounded up the largest retail stores we lost in the past decade.

  • MLILY recently opened a factory in South Carolina.. Get the full scoop from  Sleep Retailer.

  • Retailers are rushing to comply with a new privacy law in California. Get the details on the law from Reuters.

  • Motley Fool Canada considers the future of Sleep Country stock in this story. 

  • Pleasant Mattress continued its commitment to giving back to its community this holiday season by partnering with Habitat For Humanity. We've got the full update at

  • This story from considers how anchor shops may be reinvented in an age of omni-commerce.

  • Could soaring returns be ruining retail? Read more in this article from Forbes.

Science & Fun Stuff

  • In this story from Bookriot, an insomniac writes about what it's like to read about sleep.

  • According to this article from Medical News Today, fragmented sleep can trigger migraines two days later.

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