3-D portrait biz hopes for boom after success of Obama bust

WASHINGTON — High-tech companies are cashing in on President Obama’s decision to sit for the first-ever 3-D portrait of a chief executive, hoping to use the buzz to create a…

WASHINGTON — High-tech companies are cashing in on President Obama’s decision to sit for the first-ever 3-D portrait of a chief executive, hoping to use the buzz to create a…

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