What furniture sells the most? – Starting A Wood Products Business

What furniture sells the most? – Starting A Wood Products Business

(Hint: you need to be a fan of old furniture or else the answer is probably yes.) Most commonly, but not always, it’s a sofa — the two- or four-person version of which retails for $300 to $500; or it can be a bed for under $200. The one downside: Not all rooms are meant for two people. And then, of course there’s the cost — the average per square foot is between $120 and $180 — plus the additional time spent tidying, folding and cleaning the house that goes with living in something of its size, which can add up quickly.

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As of Thursday afternoon, the Federal Communications Commission voted to approve a $45 billion deal to sell off airwaves between the public-owned airwaves and the private wireless players.

As of Thursday afternoon, the Federal Communications Commission voted to approve a $45 billion deal to sell off airwaves between the public-owned airwaves and the private wireless players.

The federal government and Verizon’s wireless joint venture, OneWeb, will jointly manage the rights to transmit signals over these airwaves. Under the proposed purchase deal, Verizon Wireless subscribers with a smartphone will still be able to buy OneWeb’s services while Verizon Wireless subscribers without a smartphone will be left on the hook for the fees the company will charge them.

“Now the FCC has given the green light to this multi-billion dollar giveaway to a private corporation that is owned by the same people who paid for President Obama’s election,” Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.) said in a statement. “Not only does this buy-up violate the public trust; it flies in the face of President Obama’s commitments to give a voice to the little guy.”

“This agreement gives OneWeb the opportunity to get the best deal for itself, then leave struggling Americans without competition or coverage, with no guarantee of long-term survival,” Franken continued. “At a time when the U.S. wireless industry is growing and the competition is stiffer than ever, this decision will stoke fears of a future return to the days of old, where we were dependent on the largesse of government to remain competitive. This will also be a sad reminder that one of Obamacare’s primary purposes was to give the government even more control over American health care.”

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