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Polaroid reorganizes business groups

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Polaroid's restructuring plan took a step forward last week whenthe Cambridge, MA, developer of photography and imaging productsreorganized itself into three business units. Those units arethe consumer, commercial, and new business groups, with

Polaroid's restructuring plan took a step forward last week whenthe Cambridge, MA, developer of photography and imaging productsreorganized itself into three business units. Those units arethe consumer, commercial, and new business groups, with PolaroidMedical Imaging Systems falling under the new business umbrella.The reorganization is part of Polaroid's restructuring plan, whichwas announced last month (SCAN 12/27/95).

PMIS, of Newton, MA, previously operated in Polaroid's highresolution division, which has been retired under the new reorganizationplan. The head of the new business group is Robert Delahunt, formerlysenior vice president of photographic imaging.

There were no other changes to the structure of PMIS underthe new plan, according to spokesperson Robert Guenther. The subsidiary'ssenior management team, headed by Gerald Knudson, remains in place,he said.

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