David Thomas, CEO at Evident, is an accomplished cybersecurity entrepreneur. He has a history of introducing innovative technologies, establishing them in the market, and driving growth – with each early-stage company emerging as the market leader.

World Wide Stereo will host a free e-waste recycling event on August 24 at its Montgomeryville, Pa., location. It will accept computers, monitors, printers, tablets, e-readers, routers and more.

It's time for a victory dance at Bob & Ron's World Wide Stereo, the $12-million-a-year custom retailer that got a big scare in May 2009. That's when North Jersey-based Sixth Avenue Electronics, with $400 million in annual sales, made its Pennsylvania debut - right across the street from Bob & Ron's Montgomeryville flagship store. In the electronics business for more than three decades, Bob Cole, one of the store's namesakes - "Ron" was among his first hires - had known many tests. But none quite as obnoxiously close as this one. Cole's salespeople pressed their faces to the window

Bob and Ron's World Wide Stereo in Montgomeryville, Pa. drew over 200 people to a special event last week to introduce the new LED C9000 series. The event, proceeds of which will benefit the Ronald McDonald House, included the giveaway of a $6,000 3D TV.

Home Entertainment Source (HES) said last week that it will be featured on the "Designing Spaces" TV show this summer.

Just before Thanksgiving, Bob and Ron's Worldwide Stereo held an event at its showroom in Pennsylvania to raise funds for Ronald McDonald House's Philadelphia chapter.

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