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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.
- NEW ISSUE ALERT: Our new winter issue has hit the streets! Check it out digitally here or in the form of web stories here. See you at market! | Sleep Retailer
- Tempur-Sealy is set to acquire the majority stake in Sherwood bedding, read the full press release from PR Newswire.
- At the winter Las Vegas market, Intellibed unveiled the sleep genius smart base. Read the full story from Sleep Retailer.
- Retail CFOs are growing more and more cautious about investment and expansion this year. Find out why from the Wall Street Journal.
- Digital Trends rounded up a list of best mattresses for 2020.
- iSense launched new adjustable mattresses geared toward couples at the recent Las Vegas maret, check out the press release at Prweb.com.
- Pleasant Mattress recently took its master mattress crafters on a field trip. We wrote about it at Sleepretailer.com.
- British bedding major, SilentNight, is eyeing the US market. Furniture Today has the story.
- Malouf is teaming up with It's A Penalty for the Super Bowl. Find out more in this article from Sleep Retailer.
- Slate talks about the challenge private equity firms pose for retailers in this piece.
- E.S. Kluft has named quite a few industry veterans to leadership roles. Read the full update at Sleepretailer.com.
- Read the latest in the Casper saga from Financial World and check out this insightful article about the future of the sleep economy from City Lab.
- King Koil rolled out POP to support its Smartlife mattress. We've got the full scoop at Sleepretailer.com.
- Today wrangled a full list of Bed, Bath and Beyond store closings planned for 2020.
- Spring Air leveraged its licensee network to develop its own branded boxed-bed. Product details available from Sleep Retailer.
- In this story from the Baltimore Sun, read about how abandoned mattresses can help the homeless.
Science & Fun Stuff
- Newsweek has great advice for hacking your hotel room to get better sleep/
- Critical workers in the US are not getting enough sleep. WebMD elaborates on the current research regarding this growing problem.
- OZY explains the joys of sleep retreats.
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