Atlanta - Riding the shopping rush of an early spring, sales at The Home Depot jumped 17 percent in the home improvement retailer's
New York - A $4.2 billion non-cash write-down for its Gemstar-TV Guide International investment resulted in a $4 billion operating loss
Hope, Ark. - Paul Wilbur Klipsch, founder of one of the first hi-fi speaker companies in the U.S., died here May 5 at age 98.
With the curtain coming down on Hewlett-Packard's solo financial effort — Compaq Computer is waiting in the wings — HP
Boston - The consumer digital camera market is poised to sell 9.5 million units in North America in 2002, according to a new report from
If it were not for the media and legal circus that surrounded the nine-month-long merger process between Hewlett-Packard
New York - eBay and PRIMEDIA will run an industry-wide charity event, held online, culminating during the Home Entertainment 2002 Show (
Although Sony's sales of televisions increased by 17.3 percent in the company's fourth fiscal quarter, ended March 31,
New York - Zinc-air fuel cell maker Electric Fuel marginally improved its quarterly revenue, reduced expenses and narrowed its net loss
Arlington, Va. - The 2001 International CES topped the Tradeshow Week 200, making it the largest trade show in the U.S. and Canada as
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
Dallas – The NATM Buying Group was optimistic during its annual meeting here, with members
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