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After coronavirus closures, La-Z-Boy, Ethan Allen plan to reopen some stores
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Former Toys ‘R’ Us CEO Gerald Storch argues many retailers, particularly department stores and mall-based apparel stores, will change dramatically as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
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Furniture stores Ethan Allen and La-Z-Boy are reassembling after coronavirus-induced furloughs and closures.
Ethan Allen plans to reopen design centers in some states beginning May 1, and La-Z-Boy will resume manufacturing at some U.S. production plants and open several retail locations on a reduced schedule in the coming weeks, the companies announced Wednesday.