New York – Barnes & Noble has eliminated its top CEO slot and created a new one for its Nook Media division.
Ousted was William Lynch, who
Minneapolis — Douglas Dayton, who conceived and led the Target discount store chain in the 1960s, succumbed to cancer on Friday at the age of 88.
Long Beach, Calif. — Kenwood Electronics co-founder William Kasuga died July 5. He was 98.
Kasuga, known throughout the industry as Bill, was a member
Canton, Mass. — William Reagan, founder of LoJack and inventor of the world’s first commercially available consumer-targeted stolen-vehicle location and
Oxnard, Calif. — Boss International Group, parent company to the Boss Audio Systems, Planet Audio, Sound Storm Laboratories and Nyne brands, announced two new
Palo Alto, Calif. — Hewlett-Packard’s PC and printing head Todd Bradley was reassigned to the newly created position of executive VP, strategic growth
Greenville, Mich. – Gordon Stauffer, the onetime president and co-owner of Fedders Refrigeration, died suddenly on June 14. He was 74.
Boston — Longtime Sharp Electronics senior exec Bob Scaglione has joined online advertising services firm OwnerIQ as senior VP of strategic channel
Taoyuan, Taiwan — HTC COO Matthew Costello left the company after three years on the job and after five consecutive quarters of revenues that declined at
Fort Worth, Texas — RadioShack has promoted franchise VP Marty Amschler to senior VP to reflect his expanded role in mining new business opportunities for the
By Lisa Johnston
New products on display at the American International Toy Fair, held in N
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
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