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Flooring / Lumber Liquidators / China Product (Part II) #1083346

CNN Evening News for Friday, May 08, 2015
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The problems with Chinese-made laminated flooring sold through Lumber Liquidators as aired in AC's "60 Minutes" report presented; details given about the testing of Chinese-made flooring for formaldehyde levels. [Lumber Liquidators chairman Tom SULLIVAN - criticizes the tests on the laminate flooring; defends Chinese-made products.] [Hedge fund manager Whitney TILSON?- criticizes the company.] Tilson's investigation into the activities of Lumber Liquidators, who found cheaper bad flooring was being purchased in China, explained. The "60 Minutes" undercover investigation at Chinese factories reviewed; undercover scenes shown. [SULLIVAN - reacts to the China report.]
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