It was dj vu today when operations at the Norwalk Furniture plant were suspended once again.
At 6 a.m. Wednesday -- less than two months after the furniture company closed its doors at its plants across the U.S. a first time -- employees were told to go home and await further instructions.
Production at the company was brought to a grinding halt after the money needed to cover payroll ran out a second time, company officials said.
"They shut down all operations throughout the company," said Joe Mosbrook, company spokesman.
Read about the company's latest stumbling block in Thursday's Register.