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- International Market Centers sees surging sales and increased buyer activity in its B2B marketplace.
- USA Today reported on May’s retail sales uptick.
- CNBC recently highlighted a retail stock worth buying, and a retail stock to avoid.
- Rooms To Go recently featured Precision Textiles’ new hygienic mattress testing kits in its advertising. | Sleepretailer.com.
- In this article, House Beautiful predicts an abundance of retail store closings in the remainder of 2020.
- A Forbes contributor hypothesizes one unexpected way the pandemic could change retail.
- Home brands like At Home and Bed, Bath and Beyond are seeing soaring stocks during lockdown; Barron’s says they may be up too far and too fast in this update.
- Luuf rebrands and gives backs to first responders. We’ve got the scoop at Sleepretailer.com.
- Pleasant Mattress has shifted its focus during the pandemic; read about it in this story from BedTimes. And don’t miss our interview with president and CEO Rion Morgenstern.
- According to the Motley Fool, Tempur-Sealy is reporting a dramatic uptick in online bedding sales over the past few months.
- Atlanta Market is hosting a webinar to address its summer market safety protocols. | Furniture Today
Science & Fun Stuff
- Insider has tips for staying cool when you’re trying to sleep at night this summer.
- Bicycling.com evaluates the intersection of sleep and heart disease.
- Glossy talks about how the pandemic has pushed beauty sleep to the center of the wellness conversation in this article.
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