Wall Street Lamp is back on the market, but the company is going the same route as it did in 2014.
Wall Street lamp, which has been on the shelves for more than 30 years, will no longer be available on store shelves in a bid to get it out of the spotlight.
The company, which made its name on high-end lights in the 1960s, announced last year it would shut down after nearly three decades of success.
Wall St. lamp was founded by a couple of men in the 1970s and has been making high-quality lights in its Brooklyn headquarters for over a century.
Wall street lamp will still be available at Walmart, Home Depot and other big retailers, but no longer will they be selling them in their stores.
The company has been under scrutiny from consumer groups, who have said Wall Street lamps are a bad investment and an example of the company’s lack of leadership and investment in the communities they serve.
Wall st. lamp has been called a low-quality product, a waste of time and a nuisance by its detractors.
Last year, Wall Street Lamp was the target of a scathing audit by the Federal Trade Commission.
The audit found that the company had failed to disclose the full extent of the harm it caused to consumers, and the FTC accused Wall St lamp of engaging in deceptive business practices.