New Orleans – Wireless-industry marketers might’ve felt a little disoriented this morning when they entered CTIA’s Wireless 2005 show
Las Vegas — Sony used its 2005 dealer show, held here, to underscore its intention to use LCD technology as a key driver in its future
Delray Beach, Fla. — The No. 2 office supply retailer Office Depot has tapped AutoZone’s chief executive Steve Odland as chairman/CEO,
Natick, Mass. — Boosted by what it calls a “value proposition that is more compelling to its members,” BJ’s Wholesale Club reported
RICHMOND, VA. — Circuit City’s board has decided to pass on the unsolicited $3.25 billion acquisition offer made last month by Boston
Thornton, Colo. — Ultimate Electronics will close multiple stores, has eliminated corporate-level positions, and has reorganized its
Atsutoshi Nishida, former Toshiba executive VP who had turned around the company’s
New York — Sirius Satellite Radio has signed OEM deals with Mercedes Benz, Jaguar and Land Rover.
Retail revenue gained ground last month and last quarter as renewed consumer confidence and Super Bowl sales helped offset
Sunnyvale, Calif. — Advanced Micro Devices rolled out its AMD Turion 64 mobile microprocessor, a chip it hopes will help the company
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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