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  2. Best Places to Buy Cheap Furniture Online

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    Big-box retailers like Walmart, Target, Home Depot, Lowe's, and Big Lots all sell furniture and home furnishings with prices and inventories similar to our top picks, Wayfair and Overstock. Don't...

  3. Big Lots - Wikipedia

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    US$ 1.64 billion (FY 2016) Number of employees. 22,900 (2018) Subsidiaries. LW Stores (defunct) Website. biglots .com. Big Lots, Inc. (stylized as Big Lots!) is an American retail company headquartered in Columbus, Ohio with over 1,400 stores in 47 states.

  4. Talk:Big Lots - Wikipedia

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    Today, Big Lots operates more than 1,400 stores in 47 states. They offer a breadth of brand-name items and products, including food, furniture, seasonal items, electronics and accessories, home décor, toys, and gifts.

  5. Heritage Home Group - Wikipedia

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    Heritage Home Group LLC, formed to purchase most assets of the defunct Furniture Brands International, was a High Point, North Carolina -based home furnishings company. It owned the brands Broyhill, Lane, Thomasville, and Drexel Heritage. History On September 9, 2013, Furniture Brands International filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy.

  6. List of defunct department stores of the United States

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    Gold Triangle (discount store chain for electronics, appliances, home building supply, sporting goods, photography, housewares) Founded in 1970 - closed in 1981, 6 Florida locations - 3 Miami, Plantation, Tampa and Orlando. Goldwater's Goldsmith's Merged into Rich's in mid-1980s. (Macy's in 2005) Hecht's (Macy's in 2006)

  7. List of defunct retailers of the United States - Wikipedia

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    Abby Z. – plus size design label founded by Abby Zeichner in 2004. The Abby Z flagship store opened in SoHo, New York at 57 Greene Street in 2008 and closed in 2009 when its parent company filed for bankruptcy. Anchor Blue – youth-oriented mall chain, founded in 1972 as Miller's Outpost.

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