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Whirlpool Corporation is the world's largest home appliance maker. Following a failed business venture, Lou acquired a patent to a manual clothes washer and he approached Emory to see if he could add an electric motor to the design. Their first customer, the Federal Electric division of Commonwealth Edison , ordered machines, but a fault in the gear transmission led the customer to threaten their return. Sales grew quickly and in , Sears appointed Upton as their sole supplier of washers.
The company was relatively unaffected by the Great Depression ; during World War II, its factories were converted to armament production. In , it introduced an automatic, spinner-type washer sold by Sears under the " Kenmore " brand, and a year later, sold by the company under the "Whirlpool" brand name. In response to the post-war consumer demand for convenience products, the company launched a range of home laundry products including wringer and automatic washers, dryers, and irons.
In , the philanthropic Whirlpool Foundation was established. To better compete with more diversified manufacturers, in , Whirlpool acquired Seeger Refrigerator Company and RCA 's air conditioner and cooking range lines.
In , the company's research laboratories won a contract from NASA to develop the food and waste management system for Project Gemini.
The following year, the company introduced a hour helpline. In , Whirlpool purchased Warwick Electronics , a major television producer for Sears. It also included the division Thomas Organ Company. Whirlpool exited the television market in by selling the operations to Japan's Sanyo Electronic Co. It also announced that it would close most of its manufacturing facilities in the St.
Joseph, Michigan area by the end of Whirlpool entered the Indian market in the late s as part of its global expansion strategy. It founded joint venture with the TVS Group and established the first Whirlpool manufacturing facility in Pondicherry , and manufactured washing machines. In , Whirlpool acquired Kelvinator India Limited and marked an entry into the refrigerator market as well.
The same year the company also saw acquisition of major shares in TVS joint venture and later in , Kelvinator and TVS acquisitions were merged to create, Whirlpool of India Limited.
This expanded the company's portfolio in the Indian subcontinent to washing machines, refrigerator, microwave ovens and air conditioners. Whirlpool of India Limited headquartered in Gurgaon , and owns three manufacturing facilities at Faridabad , Pondicherry and Pune. In , the company acquired a majority stake in Embraco , a Brazilian world-leading maker of compressors for refrigeration.
In , Inglis Ltd. Whirlpool continues to market Inglis appliances to this day. In , Maytag Corporation shareholders voted to accept Whirlpool Corporation's stock purchase.
It sold Dixie-Narco to Crane Co. It also closed plants in Newton, Iowa; Searcy, Arkansas; and Herrin, Illinois; resulting in the sudden loss of jobs in the affected communities. Whirlpool celebrated its th Anniversary in and unveiled its th Anniversary logo as well as an updated corporate logo. In , Whirlpool announced the closure of the Fort Smith, Arkansas plant.
The project also includes a distribution center. Indesit is now a wholly owned subsidiary of Whirlpool Italia Holdings S. In January , Whirpool announced that it would cut about jobs from its Europe, Middle East and Africa dryer manufacturing unit by This decision provides the closure of the plant in Amiens , France,  which became an issue in the French presidential election , with both Marine Le Pen and Emmanuel Macron visiting the workers on strike before the second round.
The companies reportedly were unable to come to an agreement on pricing issues, Whirlpool will still continue to supply the Kenmore appliances they manufacture for Sears. On Friday 19 August a fire broke out on the 7th floor of an storey Shepherds Court building in Shepherd's Bush Green resulting in hundreds of residents needing to be evacuated. London Fire Brigade said 20 fire engines and firefighters were sent to tackle the blaze at 3. On 26 August , London Fire Brigade advised the public to stop all use of faulty tumble dryers immediately and through its Total Recall campaign, called on Whirlpool to change its advice to customers and promote a product recall, advice also issued by Which?
We know about models, but Whirlpool will not publish the full list. He took a month to respond, and his response was appalling. He did not answer the questions I had put to him. I wrote to him again on 23 May, but he has not responded to my letter. Nor has he responded to my repeated telephone calls. A public affairs company called Ketchum is involved in this matter, but it is refusing to respond to my reasonable requests. Like many consumers, I filled out the online Whirlpool form and was told I would have to wait 10 weeks before being given a date.
Those 10 weeks have come and gone, but I have not received a date. Gentleman agree that it is time that Maurizio Pettorino thought about resigning from his job?
Patricia Gibson, MP for North Ayrshire and Arran, added that regarding customers waiting for faulty dryer repairs or replacements, she had "a constituent who has been told she will have to wait at least 16 months, and she is now about halfway through that wait. There is no apparent end in sight, and this is a real evasion of responsibility. The same month, following the publication of the investigation results into the Shepard's Bush blaze that concluded the faulty tumble dryer was to blame for starting the fire and other fires across the UK, pressure grew on Whirlpool and the government to do more to reassure the public.
We are now appealing once again for them to change their advice and bring it into line with our own. I acknowledge that Whirlpool are making great efforts to modify and replace at-risk machines, but I believe additional action is required to reassure customers and the public. I will be writing to the company to set out my concerns and expectations.
In December , the UK's largest customer advocacy group, Which? The move was considered unusual as it was the first time Which? In response to the criticism, a Peterborough city council spokesman said: We will strongly defend our position if Which?
On 22 February , Whirlpool received two enforcement notices from Peterborough Trading Standards following the trading standards internal review. Whirlpool was also required to publicise the changed advice to consumers through advertisements in national newspapers, through social media and in stores. The enforcement notices had been originally issued on 16 January , and were rejected by Whirlpool, who filed for an appeal that was then rejected.
Had the company not complied with the notices at this point, it would have been taken to court. The show explained how tumble dryers that had already been modified and supposedly made safe were still catching fire. BBC Watchdog attempted to speak to a spokesman from Whirlpool but the company did not provide anyone to answer these allegations on the show.
Whirlpool Corporation has seven employee-run diversity networks that are involved with business, employee, and community projects to address the needs of the groups they represent.
At the time, Whirpool was the first and only major appliance manufacturer to be awarded a perfect score. Additionally, Whirlpool was the first appliance maker to feature same-sex families in its advertising in the United States. Whirlpool Corporation is a principal supporter of Habitat for Humanity , a nonprofit organization dedicated to building low-cost, affordable housing.
The company plans to support every Habitat home built globally by , either through product donations, cash, or home sponsorship. In November , Whirlpool started the annual Building Blocks program, designed to raise awareness and help eliminate substandard housing in the United States.
Each year the program recognizes an outstanding U. The program kicked off in Nashville, Tennessee, in when Whirlpool united local residents with Whirlpool employees and volunteers from Habitat affiliates. These volunteers built 10 homes on one block from Nov.
The build is set to begin August 31 in Atlanta, Georgia. Volunteers from Whirlpool participated in the build organized by Habitat for Tsunami victims in the southern part of India. This week-long effort culminating in the completion of more than houses in Michigan.
Whirlpool was the lead sponsor for the build and Whirlpool employees from 19 nations worked together to build 10 houses during the week. In January , Whirlpool chose to hold its annual sales meeting in New Orleans. Cook for the Cure: Cook for the Cure presented by KitchenAid, was created in to give passionate cooks a way to support the Susan G.
Komen Breast Cancer Foundation. In , the Whirlpool Corporation donated six latest generation washers and six dryers along with several irons, after learning Pope Francis wished to create a laundry service for the homeless in Rome.
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As scientists study how this disorder plays out in girls, they are confronting findings that could overturn their ideas not only about autism but also about sex and how it both biologically and socially affects many aspects of development.
They are also beginning to find ways to meet the unique needs of girls and women on the spectrum. Scientists in recent years have investigated several explanations for autism's skewed gender ratio. Research has also revealed bias in the way the disorder is diagnosed. A study by cognitive neuroscientist Francesca Happ of King's College London and her colleagues compared the occurrence of autism traits and formal diagnoses in a sample of more than 15, twins.
They found that if boys and girls had a similar level of such traits, the girls needed to have either more behavioral problems or significant intellectual disability, or both, to be diagnosed.
This finding suggests that clinicians are missing many girls who are on the less disabling end of the autism spectrum, previously designated Asperger's syndrome. In psychologist Thomas Frazier of the Cleveland Clinic and his colleagues assessed 2, autistic children, of them girls. They, too, found that girls with the diagnosis were more likely to have low IQs and extreme behavior problems. In other words, Frazier had found further evidence that girls are being missed. And a study showed that, like Frances, girls typically receive their autism diagnoses later than boys do.
Pelphrey is among a growing group of researchers who want to understand what biological sex and gender roles can teach us about autism—and vice versa. His interest in autism is both professional and personal. Of his three children, only his middle child is typical. Pelphrey is now leading a collaboration with researchers at Harvard University, the University of California, Los Angeles, and the University of Washington to conduct a major study of girls and women with autism, which will follow participants over the course of childhood through early adulthood.
Consequently, they are also asking participants and family members to suggest areas of investigation because they know firsthand what is most helpful and most problematic.
Girls in the study will be compared with autistic boys, as well as typically developing children of both sexes, using brain scans, genetic testing and other measures. Such comparisons can help researchers tease out which developmental differences are attributable to autism, as opposed to sex, as well as whether autism itself affects sex differences in the brain and how social and biological factors interact in producing gender-typical behaviors. Already Pelphrey is seeing fascinating differences in autistic girls in his preliminary research.
But it does not hold up in girls, at least in his group's unpublished data gathered so far. Pelphrey is discovering that girls with autism are indeed different from other girls in how their brain analyzes social information. But they are not like boys with autism. Each girl's brain instead looks like that of a typical boy of the same age, with reduced activity in regions normally associated with socializing.
In short, the brain of a girl with autism may be more like the brain of a typical boy than that of a boy with autism. A small study by Jane McGillivray and her colleagues at Deakin University in Australia, published in , provides behavioral evidence to support this idea.
McGillivray and her colleagues compared 25 autistic boys and 25 autistic girls with a similar number of typically developing children. On a measure of friendship quality and empathy, autistic girls scored as high as typically developing boys the same age—but lower than typically developing girls. Pelphrey is finding that autism also highlights normal developmental differences between girls and boys. Jennifer O'Toole, an author and founder of the Asperkids Web site and company, was not diagnosed until after her husband, daughter and sons were found to be on the spectrum.
On the outside, she looked pretty much the opposite of autistic. At Brown University, she was a cheerleader and sorority girl whose boyfriend was the president of his fraternity. But inside, it was very different. Social life did not come at all naturally to her. She used her formidable intelligence to become an excellent mimic and actress, and the effort this took often exhausted her. From the time she started reading at three and throughout her childhood in gifted programs, O'Toole studied people the way others might study math.
And then, she copied them—learning what most folks absorb naturally on the playground only through voracious novel reading and the aftermath of embarrassing gaffes.
O'Toole's story reflects the power of an individual to compensate for a developmental disability and hints at another reason females with autism can be easy to miss. Girls may have a greater ability to hide their symptoms. O'Toole's obsessive focus on reading and finding rules and regularities in social life is far more characteristic of girls with autism than boys, clinical experience suggests.
Autistic boys sometimes do not care whether they have friends or not. In fact, some diagnostic guidelines specify a disinterest in socializing.
Yet autistic girls tend to show a much greater desire to connect. In addition, girls and boys with autism play differently. Studies have found that autistic girls exhibit less repetitive behavior than the boys do, and as the findings from Frazier and his colleagues suggest, girls with autism frequently do not have the same kinds of interests as stereotypical autistic boys.
Instead their pastimes and preferences are more similar to those of other girls. Frances Pelphrey's obsession with Disney characters and American Girl dolls might seem typical, not autistic, for example. O'Toole remembers compulsively arranging her Barbie dolls. Furthermore, although autism is often marked by an absence of pretend play, research finds that this is less true for girls.
Here, too, they can camouflage their symptoms. O'Toole's behavior might have seemed like typical make-believe to her parents because she staged Barbie weddings just like other little girls. But rather than imagining she was the bride, O'Toole was actually setting up static visual scenes, not story lines. Also, unlike in boys, the difference between typical and autistic development in girls may lie less in the nature of their interests than in its level of intensity. These girls may refuse to talk about anything else or take expected conversational turns.
She describes how both her sensory differences—she can be overwhelmed by crowds and is bothered by loud noise and certain textures—and her social awkwardness made her stand out. Her life was dominated by anxiety. As she grew up, O'Toole channeled her autistic hyperfocus into another area to which culture frequently directs women: The resulting anorexia became so severe that she had to be hospitalized when she was In the mids researchers led by psychiatrist Janet Treasure of King's College London began to explore the idea that anorexia might be one way that autism manifests itself in females, making them less likely to be identified as autistic.
Both people with autism and those with anorexia tend to be rigid, detail-oriented and distressed by change. Furthermore, because many people with autism find certain tastes and food textures aversive, they often wind up with severely restricted diets. Some research hints at the connection between anorexia and autism: The research found that women with anorexia have higher levels of these traits than typical women do.
No one is suggesting that the majority of women with anorexia also have autism. A meta-analysis by Tchanturia and her colleagues puts the figure at about 23 percent—a rate of ASD far higher than that seen in the general population. Further, because autism and ADHD often occur together—and because people diagnosed with ADHD tend to have higher levels of autism traits than typical people do—girls who seem easily distracted or hyperactive may get this label, even when autism is more appropriate.
Obsessive-compulsive behavior, rigidity and fear of change also occur in both people with autism and those with OCD, suggesting that autistic females might also be hidden in this group. This was the case for Grainne. Her mother, Maggie Halliday, had grown up in a large Irish family and could see early on that her third child, Grainne, was different.
She could make herself a dead weight and just—you couldn't pick her up. Although Grainne's IQ tests are in the low normal range, the results do not capture either her abilities or her disabilities well.
Today the teenager's intense interests are boy bands and musical theater. Despite being extremely shy, she blooms on stage and loves to sing. Because of a genetic condition, Grainne is short: And although she is laconic and does not tend to initiate conversation, she is also bubbly and smiles frequently, clearly interested in connecting.
She weighs what she does say very carefully. Of course, adolescence is difficult for most kids, but it is especially challenging for autistic girls. Moreover, puberty involves unpredictable changes such as breast development, mood swings and periods—and there are few things that autistic people hate more than change that occurs without warning.
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