Brendan O'Bryhim

Bluetooth envisions the unplugged office
A wireless technology may not be as bad for wire-and-cable distributors as one might think.The young king's dark skin must have only highlighted the corded
Responding to advancing technologies and the need to trim travel budgets, the electrical industry is now experiencing a surge in Webcasting. GE Lighting,
Traffic is bad, but business is good in America's 10 hottest areas of metropolitan growth.New people mean new business. If your organization is looking
Black Box makes two big buys
Black Box Corp., Pittsburgh, announced a merger with Sterling Technology Systems Inc. Sterling, Minneapolis, provides technical design, installation and
Grainger Technology Partners funds wireless field service company
Grainger Technology Partners, a venture capital investment vehicle for W.W. Grainger Inc., Lincolnshire, Ill., has invested in FieldCentrix Inc., an Irvine,
Hughes Supply acquires remaining shares of
Hughes Supply Inc., Orlando, has acquired the remaining interest, 51%, of the online distributor, LLC. Previously, Hughes Supply owned 49%
Proposed federal legislation could affect many businesses in the electrical industry.With a presidential election coming up, many in the electrical industry
CSU expands presence on Eastern Seaboard
Increasing its foothold on the Eastern Seaboard, Communications Supply Corp., Carol Stream, Ill., purchased Communication Products Unlimited (CPU). CPU,
Anicom reaches agreement with senior lenders
Anicom Inc., Rosemont, Ill., which has been under investigation for possible accounting irregularities, said it has entered into a new agreement with
Allen-Bradley distributors utilize common bonds to form Vanguard Group
In an effort to jointly develop e-business strategies and exchange best practices and ideas on better serving the industrial/OEM market, 18 Allen-Bradley
As the temperate Southern California breeze rolls east past the San Jacinto Mountains and into the Coachella Valley, the blistering sun warms the air,
Wireless Networks Spread
The thought of wireless networking elicits a variety of reactions from business execs. For some, the potential of security breaches and limitless technological
Wind Energy Rides Roller Coaster Year
Although wind energy took a legislative hit with the temporary loss of a production tax credit, the industry is still riding high on a record-setting
Bucking Regulation
Armed with the knowledge of California's experience in the energy markets, Texas has loosened the reins on its power distribution and begun deregulating
California's Deregulation Woes
Distributors could hold the key. With the bankruptcy of several California utilities said to be imminent and much of California at the mercy of out-of-state


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