A candle is a source of light, typically made of wax. Candle may also refer to: Contents. [hide]. 1 Places; 2 Art, media, and entertainment. 2.1 Literature; 2.2 Music. 2.2.1 Artists and labels; 2.2.2 Albums and EPs; 2.2.3 Songs. 3 Enterprises; 4 Measurement and timekeeping; 5 Nature; 6 Other uses; 7 See also. OMEGAMON, later IBM Tivoli OMEGAMON XE, is a software family of performance monitors for IBM zEnterprise computer environments. These products were produced by Candle Corporation, which was acquired by IBM in 2004. The OMEGAMON product family provides analysis of IBM mainframe operating systems such The Yankee Candle Company is an American manufacturer and retailer of scented candles, candleholders, accessories, and dinnerware. Its products are sold by thousands of gift shops nationwide, through catalogs, and online, and in nearly 50 countries around the world.
The company operates about 560 small- box format Later in 2010, Jarden acquired Quickie Manufacturing Corporation and Aero Products International, Inc. Brands acquired in these two transactions included Quickie, Aero, and Aerobed, among others. In September 2013, Jarden acquired Yankee Candle for $1.75 billion with cash, common equity and a mix of bank debt and Candle Records was an independent record label that operated from 1994 to 2007. Candle Records was originally based in Melbourne, Australia and founded in September 1994 by Chris Crouch. The label concentrated only on local bands with an "emphasis on strong lyrics and a wistful, often humorous Australian feel" Episode, Newell's chance to buy the Rubbermaid brand resulted from the original Rubbermaid corporation's bankruptcy and fire sale-style liquidation of its remaining assets.