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Polaroid Corporation


Polaroid Corporation History


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Polaroid is an American company that is a brand licensor and marketer of its portfolio of consumer electronics to companies that distribute consumer electronics and eyewear. It is best known for its Polaroid instant film and cameras. In 2000, its parent company was acquired by Polish investor Oskar Smołokowski.
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  • Founding and success 

  • Decline 

  • "Chapter 11" controversy 

  • Use of Polaroid brand following bankruptcy 

  • Auction for Polaroid Corporation's assets 

  • Licensor 

  • Acquisition by Smołokowski; collaboration with and rebranding of "Impossible" 

  • Corporate sponsorship of motorsports 

  • Discontinuation and planned relaunch of Polaroid film 

  • Mobile printers 

  • Digital photography 

  • Wideblue 

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