Adobe Everywhere

The New York Times has an interview with Adobe CEO Bruce Chizen:

The fonts in daily newspapers may have been created with Adobe Type. The layouts in magazines are likely to have been made with Adobe InDesign. The graphics on soda cans or water bottles are likely to have been made by Adobe Illustrator or Adobe FreeHand. Adobe software is used in everything from car navigation systems to electronic I.R.S. tax forms.

This delivery of information across all platforms and media types is what is driving our business. And that’s why, even with a depressed stock price, we still have a market capitalization of $16 billion.

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