Top achievers win EW Elektra awards

Wilson, Richard
November 2006
Electronics Weekly;11/22/2006, Issue 2266, p5
Trade Publication
The article presents information about the winners of the present year's Elecktra awards given by the periodical "Electronics Weekly." The awards were presented in Munich, Germany in the previous week. The Elektras recognized the top achievers in the European electronic industry and 14 outstanding performers picked up awards. Eric Lidow, founder of International Rectifier, received a special award for lifetime achievement


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