Pinnacle Speakers this week declared victory in its legal battle against Ingram Micro's Consumer Electronics division (formerly known as DBL Distributing), as an arbitration panel found for Pinnacle and granted them a monetary award.
Pinnacle Speakers this week announced the expansion of its Wafer Series of speakers into the Fit In-Wall / In-Ceiling Speaker categories.
Petra Industries said Wednesday that it has shipped its Fall 2011 catalog. The more-than-1,200 page catalog was mailed to more than 90,000 retailers, e-tailers and others in the industry.
Pinnacle Speakers and SED International have announced a national distribution agreement under which SED will distribute Pinnacle products, including audiophile speaker bars and powered subwoofers.
Lexmark International has added Staples, Office Depot, OfficeMax, InkStop, MicroCenter and Fry's to its distribution footprint. Products going to these retailers include the Professional Series line of printers and all-in-ones (AIOs) for the small office/home office (SOHO) and small and medium business (SMB) markets.
Besides that 800-pound gorilla crashing around the room—the economy—here’s a look at the seminal events in CE technologies, products and other trends that our roundtable participants thought had the biggest impact on the industry and their businesses in 2008.
DSI Systems has reached an agreement with Pinnacle Speakers to distribute their products in all 50 states, Pinnacle announced. “We are very proud to welcome DSI Distributing to our family of full-line Pinnacle distributors,” Pinnacle’s vice president of sales and marketing, Michael Rothenberg, said as part of the announcement. “DSI is known for outstanding customer service and support which blends perfectly with our core approach to doing business.” For more information on the company, visit www.pinnaclespeakers.com