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“As spring blossoms open, a fierce flower fight is heating up in the aisles of home-improvement megastores.”
“Spring is their peak selling season for all merchandise—in effect, their Christmas—as people start on home-improvement projects.”
“For Home Depot, the world's largest home-improvement chain with $68 billion in annual revenue, and Lowe's, the second largest with $49 billion, the stakes are large.”
“In addition to TV and Bon-Bons, you spend some of your non-market time producing goods and services, such as home-improvement projects, meals cooked at home, housework, and child care.”
“U.K. home-improvement retailer Kingfisher fell 1% after saying the remainder of the year will be difficult.”
“Repair Shops: It is a sign of the times, but companies that provide repair services, ranging from the home-improvement to the washing machine repair, are seeing increased revenues as people opt to fix their existing possessions, rather than to buy new.”
“Here's a list of other local hardware and home-improvement stores that were nominated recently for our Shop Local campaign:”
“Shares of the Atlanta-based home-improvement retailer have climbed 15% this year, good enough to make it a top-five performer on the Dow Jones Industrial Average.”
“The home-improvement chain withdrew its spots after the Florida Family Association, a conservative group, protested that the program was "propaganda that riskily hides the Islamic agenda's clear and present danger to American liberties and traditional values.”
“TLC's All-American Muslim may have premiered in October, but the show is buzzing with TVGuide.com readers now more than ever, after home-improvement chain Lowe's decided to pull their commercials from the series.”
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