Timex Group

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Timex Group B.V., or Timex Group, is a Dutch holding company headquartered in Hoofddorp, the Netherlands.wikipedia
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Timex Group USA

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It is the corporate parent of several global watchmaking companies including Timex Group USA, Inc., TMX Philippines, Inc., and Timex Group India Ltd.
The company is now a wholly owned subsidiary of the Dutch conglomerate Timex Group B.V..

Fred. Olsen & Co.

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The Timex Group itself is privately held by the Norwegian holding group Fred. Olsen & Co. and releases no data on its sales or production.
Olsen also had a major share in the construction and engineering company Aker and currently owns Timex Corporation.

TX Watch Company

a line of high-end watches
TX Watch Company (2006-2011)
The TX Watch Company was launched in 2006 by the Timex Group, an international holding group and corporate parent of global watchmaking companies, including Timex Group USA, Inc., TMX Philippines, Inc., and Timex Group India Ltd.

Salvatore Ferragamo S.p.A.

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Salvatore Ferragamo Timepieces
It makes also eyewear and watches in partnership with Marchon and Timex Group.

Holding company

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Timex Group B.V., or Timex Group, is a Dutch holding company headquartered in Hoofddorp, the Netherlands.

Hoofddorp

Hoofddorp, Netherlands
Timex Group B.V., or Timex Group, is a Dutch holding company headquartered in Hoofddorp, the Netherlands.

Netherlands

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Timex Group B.V., or Timex Group, is a Dutch holding company headquartered in Hoofddorp, the Netherlands.

Thomas Fredrik Olsen

Thomas Olsen
Shortly after purchasing the Waterbury Clock Company in 1941, founder Thomas Olsen renamed the company Timex, as a portmanteau of Time (referring to Time magazine) and Kleenex.

Portmanteau

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Shortly after purchasing the Waterbury Clock Company in 1941, founder Thomas Olsen renamed the company Timex, as a portmanteau of Time (referring to Time magazine) and Kleenex.

Time (magazine)

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Shortly after purchasing the Waterbury Clock Company in 1941, founder Thomas Olsen renamed the company Timex, as a portmanteau of Time (referring to Time magazine) and Kleenex.

Kleenex

Shortly after purchasing the Waterbury Clock Company in 1941, founder Thomas Olsen renamed the company Timex, as a portmanteau of Time (referring to Time magazine) and Kleenex.

Privately held company

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The Timex Group itself is privately held by the Norwegian holding group Fred. Olsen & Co. and releases no data on its sales or production.

Watch

Timex Expedition WS4

The Timex Expedition WS4 is a multifunction digital watch produced by Timex.

Dundee

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This gave rise to unemployment levels far in excess of the national average, peaking in the inter-war period, but major recovery was seen in the post-war period, thanks to the arrival first of American light engineering companies like Timex and NCR, and subsequent expansion into microelectronics.

TCB (TV program)

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Containing a combination of showtunes, specially prepared numbers, and popular Motown hits, the special was taped before a live studio audience in September 1968 and originally broadcast December 9, 1968 on NBC, sponsored by the Timex watch corporation.

Timex

Timex Group, a Dutch holding company of several watchmaking companies around the globe including Timex Group USA, TMX Philippines, and Timex Group India

Russ Alben

Alben is credited with writing the Good & Plenty's Choo Choo Charlie jingle and creating the Timex watch advertising slogan, "It takes a licking and keeps on ticking."

The Frank Sinatra Timex Show: Welcome Home Elvis

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This was also Frank Sinatra's fourth and final Timex sponsored outing for the 1959-1960 television season.

The Hideaways (band)

The Hideaways
The Hideaways were a pop group that flourished in the mid-1960s as part of the Merseybeat era, and played at The Cavern Club over 250 times, more frequently than The Beatles; they are also noted for their connection to the Timex Watches advertising campaign of the time.