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General Electric Company.

SHAW, Eyre Massey (1830 - 1908), Director of Metropolitan Electric Company

JOHNSON ELECTRIC INDUSTRIAL MANUFACTORY LIMITED V. MABUCHI MOTOR COMPANY LIMITED

The external financing of Italian electric companies in the interwar years

WOODHOUSE, William Bradley (1873 - 1940), Managing Director, The Yorkshire Electric Power Company, and Associated Companies; Chairman of West Gloucestershire Power Company, Ltd

VENTER, Christoffel Johannes (1892 - 1977), retired as Director, English Electric Company of South Africa

Garcke, Emile Oscar (1856-1930), company director and constructor of electric tramways

Restless and Rising: Sprague and Sprague Electric Elevator Company, 1890 to 1898

THOMSON, Elihu (1853 - 1937), Electrician, Thomson-Houston Electric, merged into General Electric Co. of America, 1892; since then consulting engineer of latter company, and Director, Thomson Research Laboratory of General Electric Company

Prior, James Michael Leathes (born 1927), PC 1970; Chairman, The General Electric Company plc, 1984–98

RYDE, John Walter (1898 - 1961), Chief Scientist, Research Laboratories of the General Electric Company, Ltd, Wembley, Middlesex

LANGMUIR, Irving (1881 - 1957), Consultant of the Research Laboratory of the General Electric Company, New York, 1950

RAWDON SMITH, Edward Rawdon (1890 - 1957), Public Relations Counsel, English Electric Group of Companies, since 1949; Director, Editorial Services Ltd, and New Scientist

KENRICK, George Cranmer (1863 - 1939), General Merchant and Director of Public Companies; Owner of Gas and Electric Works

CRIPPS, W. Harrison (died 1923), late Senior Surgeon to St Bartholomew’s Hospital; Council Royal College of Surgeons; Chairman Metropolitan Electric Supply Company

MARTINDALE, Benjamin Hay (1824 - 1904), director of the London and St Katharine Docks, the City of London Electric Lighting Co. Ltd, and other companies

Associations of Weight Change and Weight Variability with Cardiovascular and All-Cause Mortality in the Chicago Western Electric Company Study

Getting Traction, 1884 to 1888: Sprague Electric Railway and Motor Company and the Richmond Union Passenger Railway

 

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