American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Ericsson, John 1803-1889. American engineer and inventor who built the first ironclad warship, the Monitor (1862), which engaged the Confederate Merrimack in a famous naval battle of the Civil War (March 9, 1862).
“HANS VESTBERG, INCOMING ERICSSON CEO: I think that when we saw this crisis coming up basically one year ago, we said it would be unreasonable that Ericsson wouldn't be impacted.”
“With more than 80,000 employees worldwide, Ericsson is one of Sweden's biggest companies and has long been a key global supplier of fixed and mobile phone networks.”
“WestLB upgraded Ericsson to buy from neutral after the report, pointing to improving margins in Ericsson's services business as a catalyst for future share-price gains.”
“Ericsson is showing off the technology at CTIA in Las Vegas.”
“The Jackets then open the season on Oct. 8 and 9 with back-to-back games vs. the San Jose Sharks in Ericsson Globe Arena.”
“With Andreas Lilja still out with a concussion and Brian Rafalski also injured, rookie Jonathan Ericsson is receiving a long audition for possible playoff work.”
“So, if and when they get there customer service problems resolved they will then have to focus on the Network because Ericsson is not going to be footing the bill for Network requirements they are simply going to be there to manage what Sprint is giving them!”
“Those who doubted that the GreenHeart concept would ever come to fruition need not wonder any longer as Sony Ericsson is just about ready to bring their new eco-friendly phones to the market.”
“Although Sony Ericsson is certainly not the first to debut an eco-conscious cell phone model, the fact that it took the time to do market research and see which green features are most useful is commendable.”
“Mobile phone company Sony Ericsson is locked in as WTA title sponsor through 2010 after paying $88 million for those rights in 2005.”
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