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      Joyworks: The Story of Marquette Electronics and Two Lucky Entrepreneurs

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      The story of how Michael Cudahy and his friend and partner Warren Cozzens created Marquette Electronics, one of the miracles of modern business.

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      Mike Cudahy

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      The story of how Michael Cudahy and his friend and partner Warren Cozzens created Marquette Electronics, one of the miracles of modern business. Founded in 1965, Marquette Electronics, Inc., has grown in harmony with the rise of computer technology to become a leading manufacturer of medical electronic equipment and systems for the diagnosis and monitoring of patients requiring critical care. The company is a world market leader in sales of electrocardiographic equipment and related supplies. It is a market leader in sales of systems used for monitoring vital physiological parameters in patients.

      Michael Cudahy is the founder of Marquette Electronics and has contributed to the development of the Milwaukee Art Museum, IMAX, Pabst Theatre, and Pier Wisconsin.

      Published by the Milwaukee Historical Society. Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA.

      Author

      Mike Cudahy

      Summary

      The story of how Michael Cudahy and his friend and partner Warren Cozzens created Marquette Electronics, one of the miracles of modern business. Founded in 1965, Marquette Electronics, Inc., has grown in harmony with the rise of computer technology to become a leading manufacturer of medical electronic equipment and systems for the diagnosis and monitoring of patients requiring critical care. The company is a world market leader in sales of electrocardiographic equipment and related supplies. It is a market leader in sales of systems used for monitoring vital physiological parameters in patients.

      Michael Cudahy is the founder of Marquette Electronics and has contributed to the development of the Milwaukee Art Museum, IMAX, Pabst Theatre, and Pier Wisconsin.

      Published by the Milwaukee Historical Society. Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA.

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      PublisherMilwaukee Historical Society Press
      ISBN Number978-0-938076-17-9
      Publication Year2002
      Page Count250
      Illustrations46 B&W
      Format/BindingPaperback
      Trim Size8 x 5.3 inches

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      Products specifications
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      PublisherMilwaukee Historical Society Press
      ISBN Number978-0-938076-17-9
      Publication Year2002
      Page Count250
      Illustrations46 B&W
      Format/BindingPaperback
      Trim Size8 x 5.3 inches
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