So he reverse-outsourced, giving work to foreign companies like Nokia, IBM, and Ericsson.
In a moment we knew it for the Ericsson—the looked-for other iron-clad we knew to be a-building.
Ericsson began the construction of a screw-propeller in a bath-room.
This appeared in the "Caloric" engine, and still later in the well-known Ericsson "Air" engine of the present day.
Which means that's as good an excuse as any for having her at Ericsson, thought Dudley.
The guns were fired every forty-five seconds, or seven times as fast as in Ericsson's turrets.
In the first hour of the morning of March 8, 1889, Ericsson died.
This regiment was famous for its rifle practice, and Ericsson was soon one of its most expert marksmen.
In this preparation Ericsson bore a large and most important part.
In personality Ericsson possessed the most pronounced and self-centred characteristics.