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Ethan Allen, Precision Resource announce furloughs

“Never in our history, in fact in world history, has mankind been asked to stay locked up in their homes and businesses asked in mass to close down their operations," noted Ethan Allen Chairman, President and CEO Farooq Kathwari.

Ethan Allen to open more Design Centers in U.S., abroad

During fiscal 2020, the Danbury company plans to open Design Centers in Houston; Lancaster, Pennsylvania; McLean, Virginia; Rancho Mirage, California; and Tyson's Corner, Virginia, as well as several yet-to-be-named international sites.

Ethan Allen cites hurricanes’ impact in quarterly report

Hurricanes Harvey and Irma disrupted several key markets in which the Danbury company operates.

Net sales, gross profits down at Ethan Allen Interiors

“As we enter fiscal 2018 we are well positioned to grow," said Chairman and CEO Farooq Kathwari.

Ethan Allen financials down again; pins hopes on Disney collaboration

Company Chairman and CEO Farooq Kathwari blamed the results in part on “the uncertain political environment and customer expectations of higher discounting."

Second-quarter swoon for Ethan Allen

In the face of previous-year comparisons, Chairman and CEO Farooq Kathwari said the latest figures represented “decent results."

Ethan Allen sales, income up for fourth quarter and fiscal year

Company chief Farooq Kathwari said the company views the new fiscal year with cautious optimism, singling out its branded Disney line due out in the second quarter.

Ethan Allen dedicates site to military personnel

The Danbury company is a vendor on a members-only website dedicated to ensuring active and retired military personnel and their families have access to U.S. goods and services, wherever they serve or live.

Ethan Allen breaks all rules

Amid gloomy forecast, Danbury retailer turns to color.

Ethan Allen marks 80th anniversary

Over the past several years, Ethan Allen, which designs, manufactures and markets all of its products, has hired more than 800 interior designers and overhauled more than 60 percent of its product lines.