Home appliance and electronics retailer hhgregg may be nearing a bankruptcy filing as the company continues to struggle with a prolonged period of declining sales.
KitchenAid has debuted its Artisan Black Tie limited edition 5-quart stand mixer, the first monochromatic version, as a limited edition offering.
Gold’s Gym has entered into a partnership with C+A Global to develop Gold’s Gym’s own line of small kitchen appliances such as blenders, juicers, healthy grills along with a line of protein powders.
Smeg is bringing a new, retro-inspired citrus juicer to the market.
SodaStream’s run of quarterly sales increases continued in the fourth quarter as company officials said its consumer-facing messaging focused on health and wellness was key to driving sales.
Magic Chef has entered into a partnership with Realtree, a leading camouflage licensor, for a line of compact kitchen appliances that will hit retail shelves in spring 2017.
Electrolux is acquiring Anova, the U.S.-based provider of the Anova Precision Cooker, a connected device for sous vide cooking.
Following a fourth quarter in which its core sales were up 2.5%, Newell Brands revised guidance for 2017 down slightly, citing the company’s business with struggling U.S. mall-based retailers.
The year ahead should prove colorful and perhaps a little more functional, or so the International Home + Housewares Show Preview held in New York suggested.
A.O. Smith Corporation, a manufacturer of residential and commercial water heating equipment, water treatment and air purification products that acquired Aquasana in 2016, reported record sales of $2.69 billion in 2016. This was a 6% increase from 2015 and 8% when adjusted for the stronger U.S. dollar against the Chinese currency.