Paris - Slower overall market demand and increased competition from low-priced imports for core-value televisions led to a decline of
Bethpage, N.Y. - After five years and close to $500 million in red ink, Cablevision Systems Corp. has finally pulled the plug on its
New York - The 100th Toy Fair opened Sunday here on a somewhat somber note as the industry posted a 1 percent drop in traditional toy
Stockholm, Sweden - Mobile phone maker Ericsson recorded lower sales and wider losses in the fourth quarter, as it continues its efforts
New York - Hard-drive music servers are becoming commonplace in custom installations, and new servers are turning up for the home and
Mother Nature added a final insult to a disappointing winter retail season by dumping two feet of snow on major markets
New York - Pentax and Nikon jumped on the pre-PMA announcement bandwagon with new digital camera introductions this week.
New York - While Microsoft joined the DVD+RW Alliance last week, the company said the move does not indicate the software giant will
New York - Dealers' December doldrums carried over into the new year as economic uncertainty and the threat of war conspired to suppress
Minneapolis - Sales in the Target Stores division at Target Corp. climbed 9 percent in the company's fourth quarter, reaching $11.9
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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