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By Alan Wolf And Jeff Malester On Apr 1 2002 - 8:00am

Leading majap makers Whirlpool and Maytag are predicting low single-digit sales gains for the U.S. white goods industry

By Jeff Malester On Apr 29 2002 - 6:00am

Electrolux reported about a 10 percent volume increase of core appliance shipments to the United States in the first

By Joseph Palenchar On Apr 29 2002 - 6:00am

The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) has approved the 1394b databus standard, which could be used

By Staff On Apr 23 2002 - 2:39pm

Washington - Buoyed by a subscriber-number hike of 171 percent in the first three months of 2002, over the fourth quarter of last year,

By TWICE Staff On Apr 2 2002 - 4:02pm

Arlington, Va. - Some 40 manufacturers, including Samsung and Fuji, will exhibit at the first annual CeBIT CES Consumer Electronics Fair

By Jeff Malester On Apr 16 2002 - 1:04pm

NEWTON, IOWA - The Amana acquisition and booming sales of high-end major appliances did much to push revenue up 22.5 percent at Maytag

By Doug Olenick On Apr 29 2002 - 6:00am

U.S. PC sales data show the market just about holding its own, while Dell Computer retains its No. 1 position, according

By Doug Olenick On Apr 15 2002 - 3:59pm

Cupertino, Calif. - Hewlett-Packard's on-going attempt to acquire Compaq Computers was hit with problems on two new fronts late last

By Amy Gilroy On Apr 19 2002 - 12:37pm

New York - A promotional battle between satellite radio rivals XM and Sirius was kicked off with XM claiming that the sound quality of

By Steve Smith On Apr 5 2002 - 7:28pm

Washington, D.C. - FCC chairman Michael Powell unveiled a plan that he hopes will break the digital TV logjam and bring the technology