Kodak Emerges from Bankruptcy

Kodak Emerges

This past week I was interviewed by an Associated Press writer about the news that Kodak has received approvals to exit Chapter 11.  This  is an interesting story because the Kodak that will emerge from bankruptcy in September will be unrecognizable to most.

They will have divested themselves of their still photography divisions and will no longer make cameras –  two core businesses that have defined Kodak since it was first established by George Eastman in 1888.  Instead Kodak now defines itself as “a printing and imaging company” – one that will have no relationship with consumers.

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