The mundane task of vacuuming has been livened up just a little by the innovation of Dyson's products. According to CEO Max Conze, the company hopes to continue innovating well into the future with some cool ideas, including wireless. The Premium-priced vacuum maker says 1 in 10 U.S. households have one of its easy on the eye, well-engineered vacuums. From investing in young engineers, to boasting a 25-year product development pipeline, hopes to up that number. Dyson retail stores might be part of that future too.

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