Kodak, The ‘Great Yellow Father,’ AUTHOR: MATT DAMSKER
Date: May 30, 1988

Is Innovating Like A Newborn To young scientists, it’s yuppie paradise; to the veterans, a mixed blessing

ROCHESTER, N.Y—The old Kodak is still in evidence here. Downtown, the dignified brown skyscraper lords the familiar logo over Rochester as it has for more than half a century. A few miles to the north, there’s the company’s sprawling scientific complex, Kodak Park, and, at its hub, Building 83, where the VPs of the various science divisions have directed re search for two decades.

For The (Sick) Times Of Your Life
Whether you knew it or not, Kodak has always been involved in your health. Last year, for example, Kodak produced X-ray materials blood analysis instruments, and the like, generating more than $1 billion in revenues. Two years ago, though, company executives took note of the fact that an aging population...

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