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Osram Sylvania Adds to CAPSYLITE Family of Halogen Lamps

BY CSA STAFF

Danvers, Mass.-based Osram Sylvania has introduced a new addition to its CAPSYLITE family of halogen lamps.

The CAPSYLITE e-PRO offers:

  • Electronic. The innovative rocket-shaped circuit board enables the lamp to produce 35% more lumens and last 80% longer than a similar wattage halogen PAR lamp.
  • Energy Savings. Using a 35-watt lamp in place of a 50-watt lamp provides a 30% energy savings with nearly the same lumen output.
  • Environment. CAPSYLITE e-PRO lamps are lead-free, last longer and consume less energy than the halogen lamps they replace.
  • Eye-catching. Color temperature is 100 Kelvin (K) higher than similar wattage standard halogen lamps.
  • Compared to its predecessors, the CAPSYLITE e-PRO with a 30% increase in lumens per watt and superior beam control. The CAPSYLITE e-PRO also has a 4,500-hour lamp life, which is 80% longer than standard halogen PAR lamps.

    It is designed to highlight merchandise, and for floor, accent and display lighting. Its bright white light brings out colors and helps merchandise look its best.

    www.sylvania.com

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    American Eagle Profit Up 40%

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    Warrendale, Pa., American Eagle Outfitters said Tuesday that third-quarter profits rose 40% to $100.9 million from $73.3 million a year ago. Comp-store sales increased 13%, while sales for the three months ended Oct. 28, rose to $696.3 million from $580.5 million.

    During the third quarter, American Eagle opened 19 new AE stores and remodeled nine units. The chain is on track to complete 46 new AE store openings and 65 renovations this year.

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    Obama, Edwards Court Wal-Mart Critics

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    Washington, D.C., Sen. Barack Obama and another potential Democratic 2008 presidential contender, former North Carolina Sen. John Edwards, will speak to activists from one of Wal-Mart’s most vociferous union-backed critics Wednesday as debate over the retailer becomes increasingly political, according to the Associated Press. WakeUpWalMart.com said Obama and Edwards will address the group’s supporters on two national conference calls that will launch a six-week campaign targeting Wal-Mart Stores Inc.

    Wal-Mart urged Obama and Edwards to get to know the company and its employees before making up their minds about the retailer. “We’ve found that most of the politicians who are most critical of Wal-Mart are the ones that know us the least,” Wal-Mart spokesman David Tovar said.

    Obama’s office said the Illinois senator “is participating in this call because he believes all workers in America, no matter who they work for, deserve to be paid a living wage and have access to comprehensive health care their families can afford.”

    The battle between Wal-Mart and its critics has taken on an increasingly political tone since WakeUpWalMart and another union-backed group, Wal-Mart Watch, were formed last year to pressure the retailer for changes, including higher wages and better benefits.

    WakeUpWalMart enlisted several potential Democratic presidential candidates other than Obama and Edwards for a series of rallies in Iowa this summer. Wal-Mart replied with a letter to its 18,000 Iowa workers warning them that the politicians were wrongly attacking their company. In August, Wal-Mart hired former Democratic operative Leslie Dach as its head of communications and government relations.

    WakeUpWalMart said Obama and Edwards “will be speaking out and calling on Wal-Mart to put families first and become an employer that reflects the best of American values” during two conference calls Wednesday for the group’s activists.

    The call will inform the group’s membership, which it puts at more than 285,000, about plans for rallies and other holiday events aimed at putting public pressure on Wal-Mart to change business practices that the critics say are antifamily, such as work scheduling changes and pay caps introduced this year.

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