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Western Electric Company (WE, WECo) was an American electrical engineering and ... In 1899, it invested in a 54% share of the Nippon Electric Company, Ltd. Western Electric's representative in Japan was Walter Tenney Carleton. In 1901 ...

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Western Electric Company Inc., American telecommunications manufacturer that throughout most of its history was under the control of the American Telephone ...

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During its early years, Western Electric manufactured numerous technological developments and industrial innovations. The company was founded in 1869 by  ...

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The Genius of Electricity ("Golden Boy") Trademark of Western Electric. Renamed "The Spirit of Communications" by the local Bell operating companies.

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Western Electric Company, Inc. 195 Broadway, New York 7, N. Y. .... trolling interest in the Western Electric Manufacturing Company and expanded it into the  ...

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s antitrust suit against AT&T and its operating companies, the Western Electric Co . was reorganized as AT&T Technologies, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of ...

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In May 1883, Western Electric (USA) opened a small office and store in London. The business continued to grow and in 1910 they formed the private company ...

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Western Electric, the equipment division of the Bell System, was the major manufacturer of telephones and telephone-related equipment in the United States for ...