First Gutenberg, Now Benny Landa?Peter Coy and Neal Sandler
Benzion "Benny" Landa has just become one of the richest men in Israel. His family trust holds more than 70% of the shares in a company that went public in May with a market valuation of $1 billion. It took 17 years to make his dream come true, and now Landa has taken his family on vacation in the wilderness of British Columbia, where his cellular phone is out of range of civilization. Time to relax. Yet there he is, at a roadside pay phone, talking with a reporter about his favorite topic: printing technology. Inks, plates, document feeders, image processors.
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