Name That Com­pany

The Saratogian (Saratoga, NY) - - BUSINESS -

I trace my roots back to the 1933 found­ing of the Pre­ci­sion Op­ti­cal In­stru­ments Lab­o­ra­tory in Tokyo. I in­tro­duced the world’s first 10-key elec­tronic cal­cu­la­tor in 1964 and a copy­ing ma­chine in 1965. To­day, I’m a leader in dig­i­tal imag­ing, serv­ing con­sumers and busi­nesses alike; I ranked third among com­pa­nies granted the most U.S. patents in 2018. I rake in about 3.7 tril­lion yen an­nu­ally (re­cently equiv­a­lent to $33.9 bil­lion), and I em­ploy more than 180,000 peo­ple world­wide. My prod­ucts in­clude consumer cam­eras, se­cu­rity cam­eras, med­i­cal imag­ing equip­ment, of­fice print­ers, print­ing presses, mea­sur­ing de­vices, cal­cu­la­tors and scan­ners. Who am I? Think you know the an­swer? We’ll an­nounce it in next week’s edi­tion.

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