IKEA Wants To Know If You Want A Robot To Run Your HomeIKEA wants to know if you'd like a robot to run your home. And, if you do, what would you want that robot to take care of and act like?
IKEA Reaches Tentative Settlement In Dresser DeathsIt led to the largest furniture recall in history and on Thursday, furniture giant IKEA agreed to pay $50 million to families of toddlers killed by its dressers.
4 Things To Know: Grammy Nominations, Oprah & MoreThey include a few Grammy nominations with Minnesota connections, and a significant transfer of land.
After 'Going Through Hell,' Couple Raising Awareness On IKEA RecallA tragedy in Minnesota is helping bring attention to an international recall. Furniture company IKEA is recalling nearly 36 million MALM dressers and chests after six deaths.
4 Things To Know: State Fair's Poultry Barn, Ikea & MoreThese are the four stories you need to know about from Thursday, July 23. They include a troubling study on big city roads, as well as some big changes at the State Fair this year.
IKEA Giving Out Free Anchoring Kits After 2 Child DeathsIkea is giving away anchoring kits to fix its drawers and dressers after two children died when drawers fell on them.
IKEA Unveils New System For Kitchen Remodel OptionsHomeowners looking to remodel kitchens have some new options to choose from. IKEA just unveiled the SEKTION system; the company's first upgrade to its Bespoke kitchen line in 20 years.
Good Question: Why Do Companies Give Raises?On Thursday, Walmart announced it's giving raises to 500,000 of its lowest-paid workers. Starting in April, employees will make $9 per hour, which is $1.75 more per hour than the federal minimum wage.
Great Finds, Hidden Gems For Everyday Home Goods At IKEA I know what you’re thinking. Shop IKEA for quality household goods? Yep, that’s what I’m saying.