RetailVision Spring 2004 attracted more than 206 vendors and 200 retailer representatives to the California desert,
Key Largo, Fla. — As VP/general merchandise manager for Sears home appliances, Tina Settecase is arguably the most powerful woman in
San Francisco — Good Guys retail president Cathy Stauffer has resigned from her post, effective yesterday.
New York — After years of strictly being an OEM presence in the U.S. market, LG Electronics is making a bid to become a top-tier
San Francisco — Dell, Gateway and Toshiba have introduced new notebook computers based on Intel’s just-announced line of Pentium M
Consumer Electronics Association president/CEO Gary Shapiro urged broadcasters at the National Association of Broadcasters
Whirlpool'a chairman/CEO David Whitwam will retire June 30 after 17 years in that
Framingham, Mass. — By focusing on customer satisfaction and corporate execution, office products retailer Staples enjoyed "market-share
Toshiba and Drexel Heritage have decided to work together to create one-stop home theaters starting this summer in the
Strong wireless sales, which soared 28 percent in the first three months of 2004, carried RadioShack to a 2 percent first
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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