Panasonic presents removable double-sided DVD-RAM media
- Matsushita readies flat panels. Kellar, David // Electronic News;8/2/93, Vol. 39 Issue 1974, p3
Reports on the development and marketing of a flat panel television monitor by Matsushita Electric Industrial Co. Product development for computer displays; Technology applications; Release under brand names; Pricing.
- Carpets of sound. // Popular Science;Dec92, Vol. 241 Issue 6, p35
Gives details on the Sound Carpet developed by Matsushita Electric Industrial. How the Japanese carpet is wired for warmth and sound; Features; Price.
- Fuzzy computers go home. Swinbanks, D. // Nature;5/10/1990, Vol. 345 Issue 6271, p103
Reports on the launch of the first consumer products from Japan's Matsushita Electric Industrial Co. that use fuzzy computing technology. Plans for a fuzzy vacuum cleaner and a fuzzy washing machine; Other companies involved in fuzzy computing.
- Matsushita loses a bias suit. // Newsweek;12/24/1990, Vol. 116 Issue 26, p47
Reports that manufacturing giant Matsushita was found guilty of bias in a suit that stemmed from firings at its Illinois-based Quasar subsidiary in 1986. The results of the suit comes at a inopportune time for Matsushita which is in the process of buying the entertainment company MCA.
- Cordless clothers steamers use catalytic combustion system. // R&D Magazine;Aug95, Vol. 37 Issue 9, p68
Focuses on the cordless clothes steamer which works on butane catalytically, developed by Matsushita Electric Industries, Osaka, Japan. Information on the features of the steamer; Cost of the steamer; Cost of the butane cartridge.
- Driving in circles. Fox, Barry // New Scientist;7/25/92, Vol. 135 Issue 1831, p20
Reports that the Matsushita Electric Industrial Company is patenting an electronic system to help car drivers find a free parking space without driving endlessly around the lot. Description of the system; The only way the system can be fooled.
- Fixing the bottom line. // Time;11/23/1992, Vol. 140 Issue 21, p20
Reveals that one of Japan's largest consumer-electronics manufacturers, Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., has agreed to a new pricing method destined to head off tax questions through advance consultations. Matsushita, whose consumer-appliance brands include Panasonic and National, will be...
- MATSUSHITA SHOWS HOW TO GO GLOBAL. Schlender, Brenton R.; Kano, Cindy // Fortune;7/11/1994, Vol. 130 Issue 1, p159
Describes current corporate policies at Matsushita, the Japanese electronics and appliance giant. How the firm has learned to master markets and diverse cultures; Countries that the company has expanded into; Additional information.
- Matsushita forms four internal business units. // Electronic News;1/27/97, Vol. 43 Issue 2152, p22
Reports on the four internal business units created by Matsushita Electric Industrial. Audio-visual equipment; Home appliances and building electronics; Air conditioners; Motor divisions.