Apple used to delete music from people's iPods without telling them, if that music was downloaded from services other than iTunes, The Wall Street Journal reports.
Kodak's parent company, Eastman Kodak, has elected Jeffrey J. Clarke CEO, the company announced Wednesday.
Wilson Electronics announced a pair of hires on Monday. Christopher Rutherford is the company's vice president of sales and marketing, while Jeffrey Gudewicz is now director of business development and products.
Editor in Chief Jeff O'Heir speaks with Barney Miller of Barney Miller's, Inc., about successful in-store events that his business has held.
Tweeter Home Entertainment Group announced Jeffrey Stone, the company's president and CEO, will be leaving to become president and CEO of Tivoli Audio, a consumer electronics manufacturer (makers of the Henry Kloss Model One radio) in which Tweeter owns a 25 percent equity stake. "I have loved leading this company over the past 15 years," Stone says. " I feel very fortunate to have been at the helm during a period of tremendous growth for Tweeter and want to thank all Tweeter associates, past and present, for their many contributions." Tweeter's board of directors has named Joe McGuire, the company's CFO, to serve as
They work hard; most play hard, but all are making a difference within their companies and beyond. They're the Dealerscope 40 Under 40 -- 40 men and women already recognized for their achievements early in their careers. Dealerscope is proud to introduce this year's 40 Under 40 profiles, representing the industry's best and brightest. Compiled by the Dealerscope Staff Nasser Abo Abdo President, Audiobahn, Inc., Buena Park, Calif. Age: 35 First industry job: In retail, at Stereo Center in Santa Ana, CA, 1981 Career history: Nasser was at Stereo Center for two years and in 1984 started his own retail store, Pacific Stereo. By