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    NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks that moved heavily or traded substantially Thursday: Veeva Systems Inc., down $4.87 to $263.20. The cloud-based software provider, which focuses on the life sciences industry, is considering becoming a public benefit company. Moderna Inc., down 95 cents to $67.89. The biotechnology company announced new collaborations and is expanding commercial operations outside of North America. 51job Inc., up $11.30 to $79.42. The human resources services company said it received a buyout offer from DCP Capital Partners. Herman Miller Inc., up $8.66 to $34.55. The office furniture company handily beat Wall Street’s first-quarter profit forecasts and reestablished its dividend. Perrigo Co., down $1.46 to $48.38. The generic drug developer expects a hefty charge as...
    Herman Miller Aeron chairSource: Herman Miller Shares of office furniture retailer Herman Miller are surging after a blowout earnings report that showed the company is benefiting from the work-from-home trend.  Herman Miller jumped more than 35% in midday trading on Thursday, while the broader market was under pressure.  As the coronavirus pandemic forces millions of American to work from their homes, the company said customers are upgrading their homes with work and office furniture. The home office category increased nearly 300% since last year, the company said in its earnings release.  Zoom In IconArrows pointing outwards "They reported a completely blowout quarter last night. Why? Because people are rebuilding their homes," CNBC's Jim Cramer said on "Squawk on the Street" on...
    Brian Walker, CEO, Herman MillerScott Mlyn | CNBC Check out the companies making headlines after hours Wednesday: Herman Miller — Shares of the office furniture builder jumped more than 14% on the back of better-than-expected results for the previous quarter. Herman Miller reported adjusted earnings per share of $1.24. Analysts polled by FactSet expected a profit of just 26 cents per share. Revenue was also stronger than expected at $626.8 million. The company also reestablished its quarterly dividend. iRobot — The Roomba-maker's stock climbed more than 3% after the company disclosed the resignation of Chief R&D Officer Tim Saeger. In an 8-K filing, iRobot said Sager will remain employed by the company until his successor is hired. Moderna —...
    Herman Miller, the manufacturer of office chairs like the Aeron, Embody, and Sayl, is making a gaming chair. Aimed at gamers, streamers, and esports athletes, the Embody Gaming Chair is, according to the company, “the industry’s first truly ergonomic chair.” Over the last few years, the gaming world has been inundated with brightly colored, often garish racing-style gaming chairs. The new Embody Gaming Chair — the result of a partnership between Herman Miller and Logitech — is decidedly low-key. Save for a splash of blue on the backside, it looks straight out of my old cubicle. John Campbell, who leads the gaming business at Herman Miller, says that was a very intentional choice. In an interview with News Brig,...
    Head-on, the Embody looks like many other sleek office chairs. But take a step to either side and you’re confronted with bright blue coloring along the rear, and a design that makes it look like it’s practically floating in the air. It’s familiar and alien at the same time. Unfortunately, I haven’t had a chance to try the Embody Gaming Chair just yet. But as someone who’s never been interested in gaming furniture before, it has me intrigued.  Herman Miller and Logitech G are also rolling out a family of gaming desks, as well as the Ollin Gaming Monitor Arm, which can help rid you of your ugly monitor stand. It’s clear that Herman Miller is ready to go all...