The company shortens its name to “Emerson” and launches a new brand strategy with a new corporate logo to reflect technology leadership.
Joseph Newman is named the president and sets out to stabilize the company’s balance sheet. He moves the company to mass production.
Herbert I. Finch becomes president during the ‘Roaring Twenties’ of general prosperity. But by the end of his tenure, the company.
Under the leadership of Thomas Meston, the company expands into a new, eight-story factory building in St. Louis. Becomes president.
By the end of World War I, Emerson’s annual sales approach $3 million dollars. Under the leadership, the company expands into a new.
In St. Louis, Emerson displays its product line in the dazzling Palace of Electricity as the nationwide demand for electricity continues to soar.
Design breakthrough upgrades Emerson Motors to a more useful horsepower, which is then used to power countless time and effort-saving
Emerson introduces the Parker scalloped blade design, moving air more quietly and efficiently. A design breakthrough upgrades Emerson.
The fledgling company builds its business around AC motors and manufactures the first electric fans sold in North America.
Two Scotland-born brothers, Charles and Alexander Meston, see a tremendous business opportunity in developing a reliable electric motor.