Eindhoven, The Netherlands-Although it isn't expected to market the product anytime soon, Philips recently gave reporters
Ron Stone, Pioneer executive VP, elected chairman of CEA, effective Jan. 1, replacing
Maybe it was the longer-than-normal baseball season here in New York, but seemingly in a twinkle of an eye several things
MIAMI BEACH, FLA. -Sidney Olson, 85, one of the founders of Olson Electronics, a leading national CE chain in the 1950s and
LAKE MARY, FLA. -Recoton Corp. significantly reduced its loss for the third quarter ended Sept. 30, recording a net loss of
MINNEAPOLIS -Musicland boosted its store profit 30 percent in the third quarter, based on continued growth of square
New York-Dealers who burned through their PlayStation2 allotments in hours, minutes and even seconds in the first few days
WASHINGTON, D.C. -Following the opening of its $65 million headquarters and broadcast center here, XM Satellite Radio
FORT WORTH, TEXAS -Radio-Shack sales in its retail stores, including sales to dealer/franchise stores, climbed 16 percent
NEWTON, IOWA -Maytag chairman/CEO Lloyd Ward resigned last Thursday after only 14 months in that post.
By Lisa Johnston
New products on display at the American International Toy Fair, held in N
New York — The Anti-Defamation League’s National Consumer Technology Industry divisio
Los Angeles — Fifteen industry leaders were inducted into the Consumer Electronics Hall of
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