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  • GE Appliances

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    GE Appliances is an appliance company headquartered in Louisville, Kentucky. It is owned by Haier, a Chinese conglomerate. It is one of the largest appliance brands in the United States and manufacturers appliances under the brands of GE, Profile, Cafe, Monogram, and Hotpoint. The company owns FirstBuild, a global co-creation community and state-of-the-art micro-factory in Louisville, Kentucky. The company was owned by General Electric until 2016, and was previously known as GE Appliances & Lighting and GE Consumer & Industrial. Haier has the right to use the GE brand name until 2056. As of June 2017, the company had a 14% market share in the home appliance market in the United States.

  • Haier

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    Haier Group Corporation is a Chinese collective multinational consumer electronics and home appliances company headquartered in Qingdao, Shandong province, China. It designs, develops, manufactures and sells products including air conditioners, mobile phones, computers, microwave ovens, washing machines, refrigerators, and televisions. According to data released by Euromonitor in 2014, the Haier brand had the world's largest market share in white goods, with 10.2 per cent retail volume market share. This was the sixth consecutive year in which Haier had been the market share leader for major appliances. Haier Group also consisted of two listed subsidiaries: Qingdao Haier Co., Ltd. () and Haier Electronics Group Co., Ltd. (). It was announced that Qingdao Haier would also issue "D-share" to trade in China Europe International Exchange of Frankfurt.

  • Sunbeam Products

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    Sunbeam Products is an American brand that has produced electric home appliances since 1910. Its products have included the Mixmaster mixer, the Sunbeam CG waffle iron, Coffeemaster (1938–1964) and the fully automatic T20 toaster. The company has endured a long history of struggles, including, in 2001, when it filed for bankruptcy and was also found to have committed massive accounting fraud, for which it was subject to SEC investigation. In 2002, Sunbeam emerged from bankruptcy as American Household, Inc.(AHI). Sunbeam was owned by Jarden Consumer Solutions after Jarden's acquisition in 2004, which was itself later purchased by Newell Rubbermaid (now Newell Brands.)

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