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Business: Polaroid's Land Steps Down

One failure for the tinkering genius of instant film Salesmen at Boston's Jordan Marsh department store just before Christmas 1948 proudly touted the new...

PHOTOGRAPHY: Polaroid Sues Kodak

Man's love is of man's life a thing apart. 'Tis woman's whole existence. —Lord Byron, Don Juan, 1819 Clumsily paraphrasing the poet at Polaroid Corp.'s annual...

Science: Getting the Big Picture

A giant museum camera captures masterpieces Engineers have spared no effort in recent years trying to reduce the size of everything from computers to portable...

CORPORATIONS: Breast-Pocket Polaroid

Waiting impatiently for the routine business portion of Polaroid's annual meeting in Needham, Mass., to end last week, Founder Edwin Land told some 3,000...

Technology: Featherweight Contender

Ever since the first Polaroid camera came out 16 years ago, Dr. Edwin Land, 54, the scholarly and reticent president of Polaroid Corp., has wanted to make it...

EYECATCHERS: Polaroid's New Picture

For years, Polaroid Corp. staffers wondered when Founder Edwin Land, 65, would start giving up some of the titles that he had held for 38 years: chairman,...

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