Trans-Lux Corporation Company Profile
Trans-Lux, which had been listed on the NYSE Amex longer than any other company currently listed on the exchange, initially made its name in the 1920s by installing a stock ticker at the New York Stock Exchange that let brokers see the ticker tape simultaneously. (Trans-Lux was delisted from NYSE Amex in late 2010.) The company now makes indoor and outdoor electronic information displays that broadcast airport schedules, financial news, and racetrack results. Trans-Lux targets the sports, education, entertainment, financial, gaming, government, hospitality, retail, and transportation markets. Customers have included Charles Schwab and Delta Air Lines. Trans-Lux gets most of its revenues from the US.
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