As part of its continued growth strategy, Williams-Sonoma made several organizational changes to its management team.
Williams-Sonoma has appointed Ronald R. Young SVP, global, as part of its strategy to grow the brand outside the United States.
Williams-Sonoma had a strong first quarter of fiscal 2014, with net income climbing 17% to a better-than-expected $46.16 million from $39.17 million.
Williams-Sonoma has launched a new, direct-to-consumer brand, Mark and Graham, which specializes in personalized gifts and accessories.
Williams-Sonoma's net revenues increased 6.1% to $818 million from $771 million in the first quarter of fiscal 2011 ended May 1, 2011.
Williams-Sonoma is helping consumers create their dream kitchen with the launch of Cultivate.com.
Twenty new Target stores are scheduled to open this year – including the company’s first five CityTarget locations – and two units in California are among them.
Williams-Sonoma has announced that Mary Ann Casati and Lorraine Twohill have been elected to its board of directors.
Williams-Sonoma Inc. reported Thursday that profit for the third quarter rose 19% to $43.4 million, from $36.5 million in the same period last year.
Williams-Sonoma reported that net income for the quarter ended May 1 jumped 62% to $31.6 million, from $19.5 million a year earlier, topping company expectations.