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Armour Group is the UK's leading consumer electronics group within the home and in-car communication and entertainment markets, committed to designing, manufacturing and distributing leading-edge audio and visual products and solutions.
It is a joint venture between US consumer electronics group Best Buy Europe - which recently partnered with Carphone Warehouse to launch in Europe - and mobile payments business Monitise.
Mr Kleisterlee, a married father-of-three who currently lives in Amsterdam, has transformed Philips from a predominantly semiconductor business into a lighting, healthcare and consumer electronics group.
American Security Resources Corporation (ARSC) recently announced that Intel Corporation Consumer Electronics Group director of business development Ed Davis has joined the company's board of directors.
Sir Alan famously founded the Essex consumer electronics group in 1968 formed from his initials: Alan Michael Sugar Trading.
stocks ended mixed Friday with blue-chip stocks ending slightly higher as crude oil prices jumped to near-record levels while technology shares dipped after consumer electronics group Philips predicted slower growth for the semiconductor industry next year.
Mark Knox, director of digital media devices at Sharp's consumer electronics group, told HFN that the long-term strategy is to bring to market products that are initially -- and primarily -- sold at "A-type retailers," such as Tweeter or Harvey Electronics.
Consumer electronics group Alba yesterday said it had appointed the director-general of the CBI to its board.