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Business Briefs for the Week of Nov. 5, 2007

• Langhorne, Pa.-based E-Mon, manufacturer of the E-Mon D-Mon product line, recently formed a reseller agreement with Richmond, Va.-based Tridium, Inc. Under the terms of the agreement, E-Mon will focus on the development of a full suite of building automation products for the nationwide systems integrator market utilizing Tridium's widely installed Java Application Control Engine (JACE) hardware platform with Niagara software.

• Setting the tone for the company's second century in business, Leviton launched a major re-branding initiative that reflects a shift toward a more progressive identity. The company's two-color logo and emblazoned "ON" in a bright green color field are designed to communicate the company's position as a market leader on the cutting-edge of the latest technology and trends.

• Cleveland-based Eaton Corp. recently announced a 120,000-square-foot expansion in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania. The building will be Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certified and will feature Eaton’s electrical products, many of which have helped the company’s commercial and industrial customers achieve LEED status for their own facilities.

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