In the midst of what some call a technological revolution, companies are in a constant race to create the newest and most breathtaking innovations that capture public attention. Google (GOOG) has been able to do this by creating one of the first driverless cars, 3D Systems (DDD) by delivering manufacturing directly into the hands of consumers, and Tesla (TSLA) by introducing one of the first few feasible electric cars. A new innovation starts with an idea, then progresses to production, and ends with its sale in the marketplace.
Today I would like to focus on a company that owns the idea of a new technology, Universal Display Corporation (OLED...
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