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Home Depot Launches New Initiative to Serve Pros

"First for Pro" includes better hours, more staff, specialty parking. More

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One Supplier Offers Helping Hand to Troubled Builders

Creative Touch Interiors, despite being embroiled in at least two builder bankruptcies, forges closer ties with its clients. More

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Home Depot Reports A Fourth-Quarter Loss

But company officers say results were "distorted" by charges and writedowns, as well as one fewer reporting week. More

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Chain Link--Battle of the Chain Stores

Chain Link blog for 5/27/08 More

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HD Supply to Restart Growth Engine

Giant distributor also launches proprietary brands and program that targets builders' specific customer service and marketing needs. More

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HD Supply CEO Promises Growth

DeAngelo says new design services unit will aggressively court the home builder market. More

Supply Side: Kings of Costs Out
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Supply Side: Kings of Costs Out

Also Inside: Most categories post declines in the most recent Wachovia Housing... More

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Florida HBA debates poliiticians over property tax reform

The Florida HBA's concerns over massive property tax cuts leading to increased impact fees spilled over into a political donnybrook in which prominent state politicians returned campaign contributions to the HBA, and Wayne Bertsch, the trade group's political director, was dismissed. More

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Can The Home Depot be a meaningful supplier to contractors and builders?

“OWN THE PRO” IS ONE OF THE HOME Depot's five business priorities and shorthand for capturing more sales from a customer segment that currently accounts for only 2 percent of its stores' shoppers but 30 percent of its annual revenue. However, the Atlanta-based retailer's recent $10.3 billion sale of its pro-focused HD Supply division, to three private equity firms—which, as of press time, was up in the air—raises questions about how realistic that priority is. More

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Home Depot to reassess how to capture more business from pro customers; the housing industry loses two highly respected analysts; and Florida remains the top location for retirees. More

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