Name Change to Westinghouse Spikes Sales

With lamp sales up over 22 percent since it first inked a three-year licensing agreement to use the Westinghouse name, Westinghouse Lighting Corp., formerly Angelo Brothers Co., has found that a well-known but once-dormant brand name with ties to the earliest days of the electrical industry still carries considerable clout. The 57-year-old Angelo Brothers, Philadelphia, officially changed its name to Westinghouse Lighting Corp. in January, and now markets over 5,000 lamps, ceiling fans,

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