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Unitron Celebrates its 50-Year Company History

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Founded in 1964 in Newfoundland, Unitron was the first Canadian manufacturer of hearing aid technology. The company—now headquartered in Kitchener, Ontario—delivers hearing aids in 70 countries through 20 international offices and a network of distribution partners.

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MED-EL founders nominated for European Inventor Award 2014 / European Patent Office honors most important innovations of recent years
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AG Bell Appoints Emilio Alonso-Mendoza as New CEO

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Alonso-Mendoza previously served as CEO of the National Parkinson Foundation for nearly a decade, as well as in leadership positions at the Children’s Home Society of Florida, Catholic Community Foundation, and Take Stock in Children.

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Neuromonics and AHAA Join to Help Tinnitus Sufferers

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Professional audiologists, hearing aid dispensers, otolaryngologists, hospitals, and universities that belong to American Hearing Aid Associates will be able to help patients and customers suffering from tinnitus more than ever.

HIA Board Members include Jeff Newnham (Phonak), Rodney Schutt (Widex), Gordon Walker (Knowles Electronics), Todd Murray (GN ReSound), Peer Lauritsen (Oticon), Scott Davis (Siemens); Front Row L-R: Carole Rogin (HIA president), Robert Tong (ON Semiconductor), Jeff Taylor (Sonion), Jerry Ruzicka (Starkey), and Kevin Kouba (Rayovac).
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Oticon’s scientific medical conference and the cost of kids’ ear infections making news in this month’s Information Please.