Corporations: An Attraction of Opposites

With its National Broadcasting Co., its soaring business in color television, and its $560 million a year in defense and space sales, the Radio Corporation of America has long been the world's No. 1 electronics company. Its imaginative and aggressive chairman. David Sarnoff, has ambitions for RCA to be much more than that. Having just emerged from six years of losses on its computers, RCA has twice this month raised its bid to grab more of the world wide computer market now dominated by International Business Machines. In its most costly move...

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