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Podcasts : Bedding Today
David Perry, Bedding Editor for Furniture|Today, presents an ongoing audio podcast of the issues affecting the bedding industry.
Memory foam sex talk is in the news. And it's also in Dave Perry's new podcast. Hear what he thinks the sex talk means for memory foam leader Tempur-Pedic.
In his latest podcast, Bedding Editor David Perry talks about a credibility gap on industry statistics, and a tough-to-read business climate. And so the bedding roller coaster returns. Two spectacular months of unit and dollar gains were followed by a big slowdown in March.
Can the bedding industry maintain the sizzling gains it recorded in January? No, says Bedding Editor David Perry. But there are some positives that can help in this election year.
Serta sparked a lively discussion in Las Vegas with its knock on iComfort knockoffs. Bedding Editor Dave Perry offers his take on the controversy.
All is not well in Mattressville these days. Bedding Editor David Perry takes a close look at the September figures recently released by the International Sleep Products Assn. and discovers that the "R" word is back - for innerspring producers.
Consumers will be making "surgical" buying decisions this fall, shopping experts say. Bedding Editor David Perry considers what that means for the mattress segment.
The July Bedding Barometer report from the International Sleep Products Assn. has some good news - and some bad news - for the bedding industry. Bedding Editor David Perry explains in his latest podcast.
In his new Bedding Podcast, Dave Perry surveys the business headlines and finds some optimism from Warren Buffett.
In his latest podcast, Bedding Editor Dave Perry talks about the importance of selling the salesman - the retail sales associates. He finds inspiration from the tire industry.
In his new Podcast, Bedding Editor David Perry laments the return of low-ball mattress prices. Would you believe $98 for a mattress? Sadly, it's all-too-true. But consumers are the losers in this scenario, Perry contends.