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TRW develops retractable steering wheel for the elderly, very fat

TRW is working on a fully retractable steering wheel that gets out of your way every time you get in or out of your motor. That could be good news if you like a pie.

By July 4, 2011


TRW to make electric power-steering systems for Asian market

TRW Automotive Holdings Corp. said it will start production of Electric Power Steering from its facilities in Anting, China.

By August 4, 2010


New safety systems scan all directions for crash potential

Automotive News reports on new advanced crash avoidance systems from TRW and Delphi.

By September 29, 2011


Ford picks TRW steering system

'Automotive News' reports on Ford's choice of a supplier for electronic power steering systems.

By December 10, 2008


Safety tech likely to boost bottom lines

Automotive News reports on upcoming safety technologies from TRW.

By November 10, 2010


World's most amazing subwoofer has no woofer

Subwoofer designers usually stuff a big woofer in a box, but Eminent Technology's TRW-17 sub doesn't have a woofer or a box.

By August 29, 2010


EDS appoints new finance chief

Information technology services giant Electronic Data Systems taps a former executive at TRW to become its new chief financial officer.

By January 7, 2003


Computer Sciences acquires part of TRW

The services company says it has bought a small piece of TRW to boost its financial division, which provides outsourcing services to blue-chip companies.

By September 8, 1999


Aerospace B2B exchange makes debut

European business-to-business software and services provider Izodia said Monday that it has teamed with TRW Aeronautical Systems in the building and launch of aerospace Web portal AeroVantix. Although the financial details were not released, the portal is the result of a multimillion-dollar investment by TRW, which is based in West Midlands, England. AeroVantix provides applications for TRW's customers and suppliers to build catalogs, manage engineer collaboration, and buy and sell equipment online. Some of the customers and suppliers using the portal include Asiana Airlines, China Airlines, Dallas Airmotive, GE Accessory Services, Hong Kong Aircraft Engineering and Turner Aviation. Izodia is also based in England.

June 18, 2001


Short Take: Report: New Compaq CEO chosen

Compaq Computer has chosen Peter Hellman, former TRW president and chief operating officer, as its new chief executive and will announce the pick next week during its second quarter conference call, CNBC reported today. Sources last week told CNET News.com that Compaq may announce its new CEO during the second quarter conference on July 28 and that Hellman was the lead candidate. TRW has been a longtime customer of Compaq.

By July 20, 1999