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Nikon discontinues most film cameras

Dennis Hissink : 2006-01-11 23:35:00
Nikon discontinues most film cameras : Following the success of our digital line-up over the last seven years, which has resulted in more than 95% of Nikon’s UK business being within the digital area, Nikon has made the decision to focus management resources on digital cameras in place of film cameras. This decision will allow Nikon to continue to develop products that match the demands of an increasingly competitive market place. Despite this growing competition Nikon has continued to outperform the market, and has recently reported positive financial results which saw group net profit climb by 20% in the fiscal first half which ended in September. Group sales also increased by 9.8% to 342.85 billion yen in the same period.


International Photographic Council at United Nations

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-01-05 19:40:00
International Photographic Council at United Nations : The International Photographic Council (IPC) announced that it will hold its annual IPC New Year’s Luncheon at the United Nations. Lunch attendees will include professional photographers, advertising and marketing executives, photography manufacturers, and dealers/distributors. The New Year’s Luncheon will include presentations by the most respected and recognized sports brand in the world, Sports Illustrated Magazine, whose Publisher, Photo Editor, and Staff Photographer, will kick-off the XX Winter Olympics 2006 season to be held in Turin, Italy in February by showing exciting examples of sports photography and the world of Winter Olympics.


ImageXpres Corporation acquires PRG Systems

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-01-05 19:35:00
ImageXpres Corporation acquires PRG Systems : ImageXpres Corporation, a manufacturer of digital imaging and print systems, announced it has reached an agreement to acquire the assets of PRG Systems, a New Jersey IT and software solutions provider, for stock and cash consideration. Simultaneously, ImageXpres' Board of Directors has approved a strategic business relationship between ImageXpres, PRG Systems, and New Wave Telecom, a digital phone services provider, to deliver proprietary Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) PBX services, and has signed a Letter of Intent to merge with the telecom enterprise in First Quarter 2006. PRG Systems and New Wave Telecom are currently delivering VoIP services to businesses in the northeast U.S.


Steven Gomo joins SanDisk board of directors

Dennis Hissink : 2006-01-05 16:00:00
Steven Gomo joins SanDisk board of directors : SanDisk, the world’s largest supplier of flash storage card products, today announced the appointment of Steven J. Gomo to its board of directors and audit committee. Mr. Gomo will commence service immediately. “We are delighted to have Steve join the SanDisk board,” said Eli Harari , SanDisk’s President and Chief Executive Officer. “Steve’s experiences in the storage business and consumer electronics as well as his deep financial expertise will be a valuable asset to our board and we look forward to his contributions.” Mr. Gomo received a Bachelor of Science degree from Oregon State University, and he received a Master of Business Administration degree from Santa Clara University.






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