Oskar Huber Furniture Exits Bankruptcy


Family-owned furniture selling chain, Oskar Huber Fine Furniture once consisted of nine stores, including three D&D Home Furnishings Inc. outlets that were added to the chain via a merger in 2008. But the economic recession hit the furniture industry hard and in September 2008, Oskar Huber filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. Now, 21 months later, the company has emerged from bankruptcy and reopened their doors for business but on a much smaller scale. The furniture seller can’t quite be considered a chain of stores anymore because they have reopened with merely two stores, one in Southampton, Bucks County and the other in Ship Bottom, New Jersey. Their once sizable workforce of 220 employees has whittled down to just 15.

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