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Kohler Engines Names New President
Kohler Co. has promoted Brian Melka to the role of President Engines Americas. Melka assumes full responsibility for the engines business in the Americas region.
Solectria Renewables Named in Top 100 Women-Led Business in Massachusetts
The solar project manufacturer has been included in The Boston Globe Magazine and The Commonwealth Institute's annual Top 100 Women-Led Businesses in Massachusetts.
Schneider Electric Reports Seven Percent Sales Growth for Third Quarter 2014
Improvement in Q3, revenues reached €6.3bn, up +7.0% in total and +1.6% organically. Invensys is on track.
2014 30 Under 35 Profile: Kristine Gough
Learn more about our 2014 class of 30 Under 35 honorees. Kristine Gough is 31 years old and is the Purchasing International Supply Chain Manager at EverLast Lighting.
Appleton Expands the Mercmaster LED Luminaire Series
Equivalent to 350W to 400W HPS or PSMH, new luminiaires deliver longer life, better energy-efficiency, lowered maintenance and excellent light quality.
The Sistine Chapel Flipped the Switch Yesterday
Famous works by Michelangelo, Botticelli, Perugino and others are now fully illuminated by the Sistine Chapel's brighter, cooler LED lighting, installed by Osram.
Hubbell Lighting Enhances Outdoor Lighting At Dealerships
Hubbell Lighting announced today that two of its brands, Spaulding Lighting and Beacon Products, have introduced new optical packages specifically designed for dealerships.
AP: 10 Things to Know Today
Here are the top 10 stories from the Associated Press for Friday, October 31 including the man accused of shooting two Pennsylvania police officers is captured after 7 weeks on the run, TV stations tell candidates there is no more space for campaign ads, a new report says Medicare bought medicine for people who were already dead, and enjoy Halloween this year because the price of chocolate is expected to go up. Read more...