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EE Times (Electronic Engineering Times)[citation needed] is an electronics industry newspaper published in the USA by EE Times Group a division of United Business Media. Launched in 1972 by Gerard G. Leeds of CMP Publishing. For more than thirty years, EE Times was the electronics industry newspaper of record for design and development engineers and technical managers. During its heyday, EE Times employed a total of 30 editors, with a readership of 141,100 persons employed in engineering and technical industries the largest Electronics circulation in North America.

After the turn of the millenium, with the rise of Internet publishing, ad pages shrank and EE Times, now under new ownership after its sale by the Leeds family for about $800 million, moved more and more into web publishing while laying off staff.

EE Times is free for qualified design engineers, managers and business and corporate management in the electronics industry. It is also available online, the EE Times website offers news, columns, and featured articles for semiconductor manufacturing, communications, electronic design automation, electronic engineering, technology, and products. EE Times online offers as well the site TechOnline, a design and engineering resource for engineers and engineering managers involved in the electronics sector. TechOnline provides users with a host of education resources, which range from Webinars to online courses to a research library of white papers.

EE Times remains a global source for news, design and product information with editions both in print and online in Europe, Asia and Japan.


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