Eddie Antar—better known as "Crazy Eddie," the founder of the now-bankrupt electronics chain known for their hyperactive TV commercials—has died. He was 68.
Relive the history of New York City's first Electronic District.
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A man's iPhone 4 (not the schmancier 4s) began "emitting a significant amount of dense smoke, accompanied by a red glow" on an Australian flight last Friday.
J & R, the Financial District electronics giant that's been open since 1971, wants the city to co-name the street it's on to help the struggling business.
michael tapp's flickr The giant B&H Photo-Video emporium on 9th Avenue
[UPDATE BELOW] After thieves stole computers, electronics and an aquarium (with
Last Thursday night, a fake UPS deliveryman bound a nanny and
Since Best Buy is constantly looking to build on its existing
A new city ordinance is set to take effect on July
A Brooklyn entrepreneur has purchased the trademark for Crazy Eddie, a
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