Snooze News Weekly | October 17 – 24, 2019

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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.


  • We attended and wrote about the recent final phase hearing in the ongoing mattress anti-dumping investigation—we defined the issue, its implications and covered the hearing in this story from Sleep Retailer.

  • Sleep Number is set to refresh its smart bed lineup. Learn more in this update from Minneapolis' Star Tribune.

  • Malouf recently announced the organization of an internal sustainability council. Get the scoop from Sleep Retailer.

  • As its new CEO settles in, Bed, Bath and Beyond sees rising shares. Read more from the Motley Fool.

  • Ashley Homestore recently donated $80,000 in furniture to A Sense of Home, a non-profit that helps people aging out of the foster system make their on their own dwellings feel like homes. Learn more at

  • Naturepedic was recently recognized for being a GOTS certified organic mattress manufacturer for 10 years straight. We covered the story at

  • Room and Board is launching a pop-up in the Hamptons. Learn more about the brand's strategy from Business of Home.

  • IMC is making a major investment in High Point Properties. Get the details from Sleep Retailer.

  • Resmed is introducing a cradle cpap mask. Learn more from Nasdaq.

  • Coaster Company recently promoted Don Deeds to the role of evp of sales and marketing. You can read more in this article from Sleep Retailer.

  • Coddle is introducing a new tech. inspired sofa and bed frame. Furniture Today has the story.

  • In this update, we have information about Malouf's new adjustable base introductions. | Sleep Retailer 

  • In this story from Home Textiles Today, learn how Protect-A-Bed has updated its packaging, logo and product offerings.

  • BEDGEAR is set to be the official mattress and pillow provider for the TCS NYC Marathon again this year. | Sleep Retailer 

Science & Fun Stuff

  • In this article from Time,  learn about a 20-hour flight during which researchers will conduct tests on the passengers to see how well people can withstand such a long, non-stop flight.

  • According to this story from Axios, millennials work and sleep more than other generations.

  • Surprise, surprise— heavy social media usage is linked with poor sleep. | BBC Health

  • Many parents are not following safe sleep advice for infants. WebMD has the details.

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