Attorney general by none other than the first "black" president of the. More on Kodak's connection to Clinton later.) Also serving on Kodak's diversity panel is the rev. Norvel Goff, pastor of the baber African Methodist Episcopal Church and president of the Greater Rochester chapter of the naacp. . In 1999 the rev. Goff played a key role in motivating Kodak to pay out 13 million to 2,000 of its minority and female employees. kodak support for"s and Preferences: Eastman Kodak strongly supported the University of Michigan's racist student admission policies which granted 20 bonus points (out of a possible total of 120 points) for any student applicant who was the "right, non-white, non-Asian" color. In a fractured and weak decision, on June 23, 2003 the.
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Other changes included the addition of" bonuses (see immediately below). Executive bonuses for Racial" Achievements "Accountability is a key component of Kodak's commitment to diversity and inclusion. Executives business are held accountable for their results through metrics numbers or"s tied to a portion of compensation. This measures progress in workforce diversity and culture transformation." - kodak 2002 Annual Report" bonuses: Today kodak ties executive compensation and bonuses to the number of minority employees their executives recruit and promote. . In order to avoid using the term"s Kodak measures execs'" achievements through what they call metrics. Ceo diversity Awards "The kodak ceo diversity Award annually recognizes a kodak middle - or senior - level manager who role-models exemplary leadership and embraces the mindset and behaviors that lead to a diverse and inclusive work group. Candidates are judged on their ability to leverage diversity and inclusion to achieve business objectives and maximize the potential of individuals and the organization. " - kodak 2002 Annual Report diversity panel: The photo giant also ability has a blue ribbon diversity panel which monitors Kodak's racial"s and forced-diversity accomplishments. . The chair of Kodak's diversity panel is none other than Eric Holder, the black, democrat, former Deputy. (Holder was appointed to his former job as Deputy.
Poc (People of Color including, women of Color, year Ending. Employees: board of Directors: Senior Managers, directors, managers and Supervisors: Exempt Individual Contributors: Nonexempt Contributors: Note particularly the line titled "Board of Directors" in the table above. . The proportion of people of Color (Kodak's term) on Kodak's board increased from 8 in 2000 to 30 in 2002. Stated another way, the proportion of non-minorities on Kodak's board declined from 92 in 2000 to 70 in 2002. . That represents a purge.9 of the non-minorities from Kodak's board over the course of three years. See note 2 minority non-Lawsuit: Kodak's purge of non-minority board members and Kodak's phenomenal bragging about what a nice place kodak is for people of color can be traced to the mere threat of a discrimination lawsuit by women and people of color in 1999. See part 2 of our Kodak story: 13 Million Non-Settlement. In may of 1999 Kodak announced that it had settled this non-lawsuit type for 13 million and agreed at that time to implement many changes, including, of course, creation of the inevitable diversity panel, as well as increasing minority representation on their board of Directors.
Workers at Xerox Corp., bausch lomb Inc. And Eastman Kodak. Was a racial minority in 2001, up from one in five a decade ago. That was no london easy feat -. Employment for those three companies fell by one-third during the period, but their minority representation increased." see. Note 1, kodak publicly boasts about this accomplishment in their press releases and annual reports. . Such a feat could only have been accomplished by aggressively eliminating more senior non-minority employees, particularly males, while selectively retaining preferred minorities with far less seniority and job experience. Source: Kodak 2002 Annual Report, women.
Co-workers at Kodak are encouraged to act as thought police (or spies) when it comes to politically correct attitudes and behavior regarding its diversity policies. Kod" Story Index: Kodak's downtown Rochester, ny offices. The company's employee manuals spell out in great detail (a) what kinds of contrary views constitute a crime against diversity, and (b) the specific steps your fellow employees should follow in ratting you out. Its all true, and its all on the public record. You just won't hear about it from any kodak employee who wishes to retain their job. Downsizing means"-sizing: During the past four years ( ) Kodak has eliminated as many as 20,000 jobs but somehow has managed to maintain or increase the representation of minorities and women. For example, the rochester Democrat and Chronicle reported: "One in four.
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Quot;Matic Snapshot t Report July 3, 2003 - it is much more than just a "quot; moment" at the photo and imaging giant. . Is is a complete and repressive "quot; culture". Kodak's aggressive, forced-diversity policies and procedures actively exclude non-minority employees, suppliers and subcontractors. Acquisitions: like most large companies, kodak frequently purchases smaller companies. . t has examined some of these purchases and has observed that Kodak's first order of business is to purge the acquired company of most of its non-minority employees, especially non-minority males over 40 years old.
Kodak's headquarters are located in Rochester, ny which is in Monroe county. . Black rochester residents adore kodak. Employee manuals: Kodak's employee manuals and procedures could have been a chapter from george Orwell's 1984. Kodak's Orwellian thought police monitor employees' thoughts and attitudes regarding diversity and Kodak punishes, demotes, fires and/or re-educates those employees with contrary views. And just as in Orwell's futuristic agenda book, kodak's "new speak" on all matters diverse is mind-bogglingly contradictory and illogical.
2 realTimeImage, or rti, a developer of Internet-based imaging products and services for the graphic arts and medical communities, based in San Bruno, california, and Or Yehuda, israel. 6 Scitex first acquired an interest in rti in December 1999, when the company was just starting., all the business and assets of rti were sold to idx systems Corporation, at which time Scitex held.9 stake. 2 xmpie, a developer of innovative software solutions for publishing, using personalized marketing, was a scitex spin-off, founded by jacob aizikowitz in 2000 and headquartered in New York city with facilities in Netanya, israel. 1 Scitex held an initial.9 stake, which was later diluted.3. In november 2006, the whole of xmpie was sold to xerox Corporation for 48 million. 2 see also edit references edit a b c The company's Annual Report (Form 20-F) to the securities exchange commission for year ended December 31, 2000, dated, pages 7-12.
a b c d e f The company's Annual Report (Form 20-F) to the securities exchange commission for year ended December 31, 2006, dated June 2007, pages 15/18 and 73/4. The company's Annual Report (Form 20-F) to the securities exchange commission for year ended December 31, 2007, dated, page. form 20-F to the securities exchange commission dated 29 September 2008. "Ilan Ben-dov buys Controlling Interest of Partner". a b c d e f g h i j The company's Annual Report (Form 20-F) to the securities exchange commission for year ended December 31, 2002, dated, pages 20-37 "Kodak to Acquire Scitex Digital Printing". The company's Annual Report (Form 20-F) to the securities exchange commission for year ended December 31, 2001, dated The company's Annual Report (Form 20-F) to the securities exchange commission for year ended December 31, 2003, dated, pages 19-30 "Management buyout of Jemtex". dead link external links edit retrieved from " ".
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Scitex gradually sold the shares and, in June and August 2003, it sold its remaining.5 stake. 9 In 2005, Creo (including the former Scitex operations) was acquired by eastman Kodak. Jemtex Ink jet Printing Ltd., a developer and manufacturer of inkjet digital printheads and engines for the large industrial printing market, based in Lod, israel. 6 Scitex commenced investing in this company, as a start-up, in may 2000. 1 In August 2006, its interest having increased to 75, it agreed a buyout by senior management of Jemtex, thus reducing its stake in Jemtex. 10 Objet geometries Ltd., a developer and producer of three dimensional inkjet modeling applications, based in Rehovot, israel. 6 Scitex acquired an initial.7 stake in this company, a start-up, in may 2000, which stake was subsequently increased., it sold all its interest, then standing.9.
(see below, under "Minority interests and Scitex paper held a 75 interest in the merged corporation, which was called Scitex Vision Ltd. 6 The operations of Scitex Vision, then headquartered in Netanya, israel, together with rights to the name "Scitex" were acquired by hewlett-Packard in november 2005 (and renamed hp scitex). 2 Minority interests edit Scitex also held interests in a number of other corporations, including the following: Aprion Digital Ltd., based in Netanya, israel, was formed in 1999 as a spin-off of Scitex's Advanced Printing Products division, and developed drop-on-demand inkjet technologies and products. Scitex initially held an approximate.5 interest, which was subsequently increased.5. In January 2003, Aprion was merged with Scitex Vision Ltd. The continuing corporation, known as Scitex Vision Ltd. Was 75 owned by Scitex. 6 Creo products Inc., later known as Creo, inc, a canadian corporation, based in Burnaby, british Columbia, was a developer, manufacturer and distributor of solutions for the graphics arts industry. 6 Scitex acquired.7 of the shares in Creo in return for the sale to Creo of Scitex's graphics arts operations (digital preprint and print-on-demand systems) in April 2000, 6 which were initially known as CreoScitex.
It was sold back to kodak in January 2004 for 250 million 7 and renamed Kodak versamark. Scitex Vision edit Scitex Vision was an Israel-based company that specialized in producing equipment for large- and very-large-format printing on both paper and specialty materials. The company was incorporated as Idanit Technologies Ltd. On It was acquired by Scitex on 25 February 1998 and changed its name to Scitex Wide format Printing Ltd. On 24 February 1998. In October 1998, its operations were expanded by the purchase of the super-wide format product line of the matan group of companies. On, it adopted the name Scitex Vision. 8 In January 2003, Scitex Vision (100 owned by Scitex) was merged Aprion Digital Ltd.
Eastman Kodak company in January 2004; 2 and, scitex Vision, sold to, hewlett-Packard (HP) in november 2005. 2, following the sale of Scitex Vision to hp, which included certain rights to the name "Scitex the company changed its name on 29 December 2005 to Scailex Corporation Ltd. 3 and has since experienced several changes in control and business activities. 4, in August 2009, Scailex purchased the controlling reviews share. Partner Communications, one of Israel's leading cellular phone providers. 5, scitex Digital Printing edit. Scitex Digital Printing, Inc. Corporation, wholly owned by Scitex, based in dayton, Ohio.
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From wikipedia, the free encyclopedia, jump to navigation, jump to search. Scailex Corporation logo, scitex Corporation logo, used until 2005. tase : scix ) was known as, scitex Corporation Ltd. Scitex was an, israel -based multi-national company, founded by, efraim (Efi) Arazi in the late 1960s, and which at one stage was considered the flagship of Israeli industry. The company specialized in products, systems and equipment for the graphics design, printing and publishing markets. In 1985 it formed a joint venture company with the continental Can salon Company called Contex Graphics Systems, a pioneer in two- and three-dimensional design systems based on Silicon Graphic workstations. By the late 1990s Scitex had three principal business units: its core Scitex Graphic Arts Group, which was acquired. In April 2000; 1, scitex Digital Printing, based in, dayton, ohio, sold.