New York Sun, January 7, 1904, page 4:

WIRELESS  COMBINATION.
_______

International  and  American  DeForest  Companies  to  Consolidate.

    CAMDEN, N. J., Jan. 6.--At the annual meeting of the International Wireless Telegraph Company here to-day a resolution to consolidate with the American DeForest Wireless Telegraph Company was adopted without a dissenting vote. The Greater New York Security Company will finance the consolidation. The International stockholders, it is said, will receive $7,500,000 of stock in the new concern and have an interest in about seventy patents.
    Vice-President and General Manager Gehring reported that instruments of the American DeForest company had been ordered by the Belgium, Sweden and Japanese Governments and that the London Times had two sets ordered in anticipation of war in the Far East.
    The following directors were elected: Dr. G. G. Gehring, H. Shoemaker, M. Van Roskirk, William J. Hopper and John Mayhew.